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Cheapest DDoS Protection For VPS

Rebecca_FRebecca_F Member

Hello,
My current VPS is not protected from DDoS attacks.

How can I protect my VPS from DDoS attack?

Looking for a cheap solution.

Please don't suggest CloudFlare, as it has to be done for each & every domain that's hosted in the server.

Regards,
Rebecca

Comments

  • Get a better host with ddos protection.

  • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider

    What type of attack? If you're hosting websites you need something.

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  • WSCallumWSCallum Member, Provider

    Any solutions you put in front now such as CloudFlare probably won't be worthwhile as they'll just directly attack your server IP address. Best bet is to look for a provider who offer DDoS Protection as part of their services/as an option.

    What kind of attacks and what size of attacks are you seeing?

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  • fendixfendix Member

    Take BuyVM, they're using clouldflare magic transit or php-friends.de

  • umiumi Member

    @WSCallum said:
    Any solutions you put in front now such as CloudFlare probably won't be worthwhile as they'll just directly attack your server IP address. Best bet is to look for a provider who offer DDoS Protection as part of their services/as an option.

    What kind of attacks and what size of attacks are you seeing?

    How do they know your origin server if it's behind reverse proxies like Cloudflare?

  • vimalwarevimalware Member
    edited July 22

    He is planning to protect existing VPS/unwilling to spin up a new one from backup, I guess.

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  • fendixfendix Member

    @umi said:

    @WSCallum said:
    Any solutions you put in front now such as CloudFlare probably won't be worthwhile as they'll just directly attack your server IP address. Best bet is to look for a provider who offer DDoS Protection as part of their services/as an option.

    What kind of attacks and what size of attacks are you seeing?

    How do they know your origin server if it's behind reverse proxies like Cloudflare?

    No effort needed to unleash real ip.

  • WSCallumWSCallum Member, Provider

    @umi said:

    @WSCallum said:
    Any solutions you put in front now such as CloudFlare probably won't be worthwhile as they'll just directly attack your server IP address. Best bet is to look for a provider who offer DDoS Protection as part of their services/as an option.

    What kind of attacks and what size of attacks are you seeing?

    How do they know your origin server if it's behind reverse proxies like Cloudflare?

    Existing server without IP change = same IP as before behind CloudFlare.

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  • umiumi Member
    edited July 23

    All revealing dns records like MX are set to outsourced services. No reverse records. Domain registrar with privacy protection.
    It turns out that ipv4 address space can be scanned for SSL/TLS certificates and it can be prevented by using ipv6 with dumb self-signed certificate.
    What's next? Digging DNS historical services? Checking favicons? ;)
    Having a buddy in a secret service?

  • SplitIceSplitIce Member, Provider

    We currently have a $7 deal available on the budget line if you don't use much bandwidth.

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  • G4SHIG4SHI Member

    Just buy a vps from php-friends.de , and sleep well :)
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  • There is many method to protect.

    1. A DDoS protected VPS
    2. Monitor your traffic
    3. Make a plan of action
    4. Keep more resources on hand
    5. Firewall
    6. keep updated your server
  • Mario-SFMario-SF Member, Provider

    first you should understand what kind of attack it is, Layer 3,4 or 7?

    Then, for layer 3 and 4, the best option is to go with a provider that include that.

    Layer 7 you will always need a little bit of configuration for each domain to put a protection in front of the server, but that can be semplified.

    we take care of both, in case you can contact us.

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  • I agree with the other commenters that the simplest solution is to switch to a host that provides DDOS protection at the datacenter-level (like we do)

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