Protecting servers from DDoS attacks | Airnet

Protecting servers from DDoS attacks

About the service

Protects the server from the most known attacks, prevents threats at the channel, network, transport and application OSI levels. All incoming traffic is filtered - malicious traffic is filtered out, and only real users reach the site.

Connect a secure channel, and all sites on the server will be safe.

How to enable DDoS?

Why are DDoS attacks dangerous?

The site cannot be accessed

During a DDoS attack, the servers fail to withstand the load and the site becomes unavailable to users.

Losing Customers

Клиент не будет ждать, пока сайт заработает и отправится рассматривать предложения конкурентов.

Loss of profit

With the departure of customers, you lose orders, and hence the profit that they could bring.

Loss of reputation

Customers associate a non-working site with your company, thus your brand loses its reputation.


How a DDoS attack is carried out

The chances of becoming the object of a DDoS attack are very high, and there are many such attempts. The goal of a DDoS attack is to make a server, service, or infrastructure unavailable by overloading the server's bandwidth or monopolizing its resources to the point of exhaustion. During a DDoS attack, a large number of requests are simultaneously sent from a large number of points throughout the Internet. The intensity of this crossfire makes the service provided unstable, or worse, unavailable.

Purposes and types of ata

There are three ways to make your site, server or infrastructure unavailable:

  • Saturate the server's network bandwidth, making it unavailable.
  • Exhaust the machine's system resources, making it impossible to respond to legitimate requests.
  • Use a software vulnerability, a so-called exploit, to take over a machine or restrict access to it.

How protection works

To protect servers and services from attacks, we offer a solution based on VAC technology - an exclusive combination of methods for:

  • High-speed real-time analysis of all packets
  • Filtering incoming traffic from your server
  • Mitigation of negative consequences, that is, the allocation of all illegitimate IP packets and the passage of legitimate

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