600Gbps per PoP super high mitigation capacity. Able to withstand darkest of the attacks.
Access control policies include IP address, URL, domain name. Blacklist or whitelist IPs/URLs.
Real-time attack notification and monitoring backed by best-in-class UX
See as things happen, not when the show is over.
DDoS Protection frequently asked questions (FAQs)
What is a DDoS attack?
A DDoS attack is an attempt to make a computer resource unavailable for its intended users. A DDoS attack floods website servers with bogus traffic, causing a website outage. Cyber criminals launch these attacks for many reasons. Mainly to extort money, seek revenge, gain a competitive edge, destabilize a government or stage a social or political protest.
How does a DDoS attack make my server or infrastructure unavailable?
DDoS attacks aim to saturate a server's network capacity to make it unreachable or aim to saturate all of a server’s available resources, to make it unable to process new requests.
Should I be worried about my data if I get attacked with DDoS?
DDoS attack does not compromise your data, the intent is to disrupt internet service.