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Strong DDoS Protection

Hello,

Did someone know alternatives for BlazingFast the same with their protection for web hosting thank you or voxility hosts.

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  • Get prolexic . They won't let you down ;)

  • jarjar Provider

    BuyVM

    Founder @ MXroute. This post reminds @alexvolk of the time someone sent me red bull.

  • desperanddesperand Member
    edited August 2016

    If you looking for really nice protection for website, i guess you should take a look for https://x4b.net/, this guys will not give any chance for attackers to make your site down. I have used a lot them for my very high risk projects, and everytime my website were up, and attackers tried to attack me for 7-14 days nonstop, and each attack were filtered with x4b. And no downtimes at all.

    Thanked by 1SplitIce
  • your vpn service attracts ddos like bees to honey ;)

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  • SplitIceSplitIce Member, Provider

    @desperand Thank you, your awesome too.

    @hyena56 We at X4B (https://www.x4b.net) are always happy to take on new customers :)

    I couldn't find anything on their site about where their servers are located, but we have offers in Europe and the US with a variety of networks and our top of the line mitigation. If you let me know what location your after, I'll let you know our closest (geographical) offer.

    Thanked by 1desperand
    X4B - DDoS Protection: Affordable Anycast DDoS mitigation with PoPs in Europe, Asia, North and South America.
    Latest Offer: Brazil Launch 2020 Offer
  • AndreixAndreix Member, Provider

    @hyena56 said:
    Hello,

    Did someone know alternatives for BlazingFast the same with their protection for web hosting thank you or voxility hosts.

    https://www.hetnix.com/anti-ddos.xml

  • time4vpstime4vps Member, Provider

    Go with CloudFlare and be independent from hosting provider.

    Thanked by 1Dormeo

    Time4VPS - time for your personal server

  • @SplitIce said:
    @desperand Thank you, your awesome too.

    @hyena56 We at X4B (https://www.x4b.net) are always happy to take on new customers :)

    I couldn't find anything on their site about where their servers are located, but we have offers in Europe and the US with a variety of networks and our top of the line mitigation. If you let me know what location your after, I'll let you know our closest (geographical) offer.

    BlazingFast is in NL

  • SplitIceSplitIce Member, Provider
    edited August 2016

    @OpticalSwoosh Thanks. BTW Blazingfast (I don't know who to tag) your Netherlands link in the footer redirects back to the homepage.

    @hyena56 We have services in Dronten (Netherlands) on the Serverius Network (1.4 - 1.6Tbps protection) if it suits. Level3 transit, and extensive peering (at AMS-IX, DE-CIX, NL-IX etc), really its quite awesome IMHO.

    X4B - DDoS Protection: Affordable Anycast DDoS mitigation with PoPs in Europe, Asia, North and South America.
    Latest Offer: Brazil Launch 2020 Offer
  • combahton_itcombahton_it Member, Provider

    We provide DDoS Protection with Mitigation for Attacks on all Layers, see https://www.kms-hosting.com/webhosting :)

    combahton GmbH trading as fastpipe.io - providing Cloud and Dedicated Servers in Frankfurt, Germany

  • joepie91joepie91 Member, Provider

    @time4vps said:
    Go with CloudFlare and be independent from hosting provider.

    CloudFlare does not offer real DDoS mitigation.

    Thanked by 1netomx
  • time4vpstime4vps Member, Provider

    joepie91 said: CloudFlare does not offer real DDoS mitigation.

    Interesting... It would be nice to see CF representative reply to that article.

    Time4VPS - time for your personal server

  • matteobmatteob Member, Host Rep

    Cloudflare NOT provide DDOS Protection on free plans.

    On PRO account (20$/m) you get basic waf protection

    Starting from business plan (200$ month) you will get full DDoS Protection.

    If you receive application attack on free plan and partially on pro account attack will be forwarded to your server.

    Matteo Berlonghi - SeFlow s.n.c.
    SeFlow.Net - Affordable DDoS Protected Services. SeFlow Secure Network 20+ IXP connected with Default DDoS Protection.

  • try out hetzner's new protection https://wiki.hetzner.de/index.php/DDoS_Protection its free and they have a real 1300 GBit/s network

    Thanked by 2Lunar desperand

    Lu Lu Lu, I've got some apples. Lu Lu Lu you've got some too.

  • HostBasticHostBastic Member, Provider

    Depending on your budget there are several ways of protecting services from denial of service attacks. One of the possible options would be renting a cheap VPS and use a GRE tunnel from a reputable DDoS mitigation provider or a voxility reseller.

    HostBastic Ltd - Premium Hosting > Shared / Business / Reseller / KVM VPS
    cPanel | LiteSpeed | Imunify360 | 100% NVMe SSD | CloudLinux | JetBackup | DDoS Protection 500+ Gbps

  • sinsin Member
    edited August 2016

    Trabia has VPSes starting at 4 Euro/month and comes with Voxility & custom.

  • @jarland said:
    BuyVM

    AthenaLayer

    /thread

    Thanked by 2Francisco netomx
  • jarjar Provider
    edited August 2016

    @matteob said:
    Cloudflare NOT provide DDOS Protection on free plans.

    Important to note that CloudFlare now does advertise DDOS protection as a feature of their free plan. Opinions on its usefulness aside, they do actually make that claim where they did not a couple of years ago.

    You can effectively say that they offer DDOS protection on the free plan, as the free plan can be used to shield an end point from the impact of certain common DDOS tactics. That much is not disputable.

    Thanked by 1netomx

    Founder @ MXroute. This post reminds @alexvolk of the time someone sent me red bull.

  • Butters said: try out hetzner's new protection https://wiki.hetzner.de/index.php/DDoS_Protection its free and they have a real 1300 GBit/s network

    Wiki page created: 14:35, 30. Aug. 2016

    Wiki page removed: 4:51, 31. Aug. 2016

    Sounds like you're referring to bullshit.

  • IshaqIshaq Member, Provider

    @jarland said:

    You can effectively say that they offer DDOS protection on the free plan, as the free plan can be used to shield an end point from the impact of certain common DDOS tactics. That much is not disputable.

    Sort of. It's usable to shield a backend so that any visitor facing IPs are CloudFlare's Anycast ones. However if an actual application (Layer 7) attack is directed at your website then CloudFlare will simply disable the proxying for your domain on the free plan.

    Thanked by 1jar
    [BudgetNode] DDoS Protected. 7 Locations (US/EU). Check out our latest offer!
  • jarjar Provider

    @Ishaq said:

    @jarland said:

    You can effectively say that they offer DDOS protection on the free plan, as the free plan can be used to shield an end point from the impact of certain common DDOS tactics. That much is not disputable.

    Sort of. It's usable to shield a backend so that any visitor facing IPs are CloudFlare's Anycast ones. However if an actual application (Layer 7) attack is directed at your website then CloudFlare will simply disable the proxying for your domain on the free plan.

    It's worth noting that strong layer 7 attacks are not at all the go to standard though. A lot of people are still doing SYN floods, UDP floods, etc. That's still a fair amount of protection from attacks for the end point, for something that's free.

    Founder @ MXroute. This post reminds @alexvolk of the time someone sent me red bull.

  • @JasperNL said:

    Butters said: try out hetzner's new protection https://wiki.hetzner.de/index.php/DDoS_Protection its free and they have a real 1300 GBit/s network

    Wiki page created: 14:35, 30. Aug. 2016

    Wiki page removed: 4:51, 31. Aug. 2016

    Sounds like you're referring to bullshit.

    They just edited the wiki link to https://wiki.hetzner.de/index.php/DDoS-Schutz/en

    Press https://www.hetzner.de/ot/hosting/presse/info-0716

    Lu Lu Lu, I've got some apples. Lu Lu Lu you've got some too.

  • I always thought that Hetzner had no DDos Protection. Good to see that this changed! I still have my doubts around the '1300 GBit/s' claim, as that is a huge amount of bandwidth though.

  • matteobmatteob Member, Host Rep

    @jarland said:

    @matteob said:
    Cloudflare NOT provide DDOS Protection on free plans.

    Important to note that CloudFlare now does advertise DDOS protection as a feature of their free plan. Opinions on its usefulness aside, they do actually make that claim where they did not a couple of years ago.

    You can effectively say that they offer DDOS protection on the free plan, as the free plan can be used to shield an end point from the impact of certain common DDOS tactics. That much is not disputable.

    on Free plan you have protection on amplification attack, but only because under cf you can't use UDP.

    We have lot of customers that was on CF with free or PRO plan and websites got shutted because TCP attacks was forwarded to original servers.

    Matteo Berlonghi - SeFlow s.n.c.
    SeFlow.Net - Affordable DDoS Protected Services. SeFlow Secure Network 20+ IXP connected with Default DDoS Protection.

  • I always say it, but I would check out https://www.protrafsolutions.com/ I use them for all my mission critical stuff. Working with their staff has been an amazing experience.

    my blog // Low-latency Teamspeak for Gamers and Nerds // "The suspense is terrible... I hope it'll last."

  • SplitIceSplitIce Member, Provider

    @JasperNL said:
    I always thought that Hetzner had no DDos Protection. Good to see that this changed! I still have my doubts around the '1300 GBit/s' claim, as that is a huge amount of bandwidth though.

    Hetzner have the bandwidth (total, but probably alot in use), but filtering capacity & quality? IMHO unlikely at those budgets.

    Personally I loved them when we had servers with them. Good budget network.

    But their network level flood detection is basically spam when any server on their network is compromised, or when someone is spoofing some Hetzner IP ranges.

    X4B - DDoS Protection: Affordable Anycast DDoS mitigation with PoPs in Europe, Asia, North and South America.
    Latest Offer: Brazil Launch 2020 Offer
  • @doghouch said:

    @jarland said:
    BuyVM

    AthenaLayer

    /thread

    oh come one, this is not nice ddos protection for game-servers, my collegue were down for very long time (around 1week+) and everytime he got down very easly with this provider, then he decide to move to new one because of infinite lags & dc & bypasses.

  • @desperand said:

    @doghouch said:

    @jarland said:
    BuyVM

    AthenaLayer

    /thread

    oh come one, this is not nice ddos protection for game-servers, my collegue were down for very long time (around 1week+) and everytime he got down very easly with this provider, then he decide to move to new one because of infinite lags & dc & bypasses.

    I can't tell if you're being sarcastic. (as for the crappy protection, it was a joke :P)

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  • @doghouch said:

    @desperand said:

    @doghouch said:

    @jarland said:
    BuyVM

    AthenaLayer

    /thread

    oh come one, this is not nice ddos protection for game-servers, my collegue were down for very long time (around 1week+) and everytime he got down very easly with this provider, then he decide to move to new one because of infinite lags & dc & bypasses.

    I can't tell if you're being sarcastic. (as for the crappy protection, it was a joke :P)

    no man, my english very bad, and i do not know how to do sarcasm or make jokes. This protection in my own opinion - crap. Sorry if i insulting someone, but this is fact. For around 1 week my collegue project were under ddos, and each attack were bypass all filteres of this protection very easy as 1,2,3.

    Thanked by 1doghouch
  • jarjar Provider

    desperand said: Sorry if i insulting someone, but this is fact

    No, you're not. The mere mention of AthenaLayer here is intended to be a joking insult toward it's creator.

    Thanked by 1netomx

    Founder @ MXroute. This post reminds @alexvolk of the time someone sent me red bull.

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