Server Protection with Anti-DDoS

The saturation of bandwidth, infrastructure and business applications is a harmful practice that causes disruption, delays and a deep sense of insecurity. It is a major disruption to the smooth running of businesses. Countering increasingly sophisticated and indiscriminately repeated cyberattacks requires a deep understanding of hacking tactics and techniques. That's why KoDDoS advanced premium hosting service offers the best solution to protect you from DDoS attacks.

What is the Anti-DDoS protection?

The anti-DDoS solution is used as a countermeasure against a wide range of DDoS attacks aimed at reducing bandwidth and company servers or even disabling applications. Placed at the heart of the network, KoDDoS Protection effectively detects large-scale targeted attacks and then prevents them from infiltrating the corporate network and environment. It provides comprehensive protection for all critical points in the enterprise network, from the interface to the application. The latest technologies and infrastructure are used to provide the most effective DDoS protection mechanism, so you can conduct business with maximum uptime.

Setting up DDoS protection

First, the analysis phase allows you to assess the risk and estimate the normal and maximum potential traffic on the protected channel. Based on this study of the business application, thresholds for detection and mitigation of anomalies are defined (filtering and updating of traffic, one-time authorization of legitimate traffic).

KoDDoS ensures mitigation of all types of DDoS attacks and prevents disruption of legitimate network traffic. This includes a wide range of customized hosting packages from 10 Gbps to 350 Gbps, world-class customer support and 24/7 monitoring to ensure total elimination of downtime.

Stateful Depletion Attacks 

This type of DDoS attack sends waves of bots targeting specific protocols. They attempt to exploit link state tables in many infrastructure elements such as load balancers, firewalls and application servers. These attacks can even destroy high-performance devices capable of maintaining the state of millions of connections.