Mitigation
DDoS and DoS attacks

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Don't get cut off from the network. Our anti-DDoS services protect you from DDoS attacks of all types and sizes in 60 minutes.

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DDOS Protection and Mitigation
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Years of experience
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Linux Managed Servers
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We protect websites from network and application level DDoS attacks.

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Effective DDoS protection at the best price

The need for on-premise and in-cloud collaboration for your security

DDoS raids pose a persistent threat to businesses globally. A Radware report reveals that nearly 98% of organizations have experienced some form of cyberattack. These attacks can disrupt web service, compromise sensitive data, and cause significant revenue loss for businesses of all sizes. The accessibility of tools such as DDoS-as-a-Service in the Darknet, the increase in vulnerability of IoT devices and the expansion of botnets, together with the emergence of financially motivated hackers who unleash ransomware campaigns, have made More frequent and devastating DDoS attacks than ever before. Safeguard your business with our advanced DDoS defense services.

DDoS protection and mitigation solutions have never been more important than today.
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Founder & Systems Engineer Managed Server

Mitigation and stopping of network-level attacks.

We are able to mitigate volumetric and network attacks on Layer 3 and 4:

Level 3 DDoS attacks are mainly focused on the network layer. This type of attack aims to flood network infrastructure and the Internet connection with an excessive influx of packets, until it reaches the point where the number of packets to handle becomes unsustainable.

Due to the bulky nature of these attachments, they are often referred to as “volumetric” attachments. 

Despite their devastating efficiency, Level 3 DDoS attacks can be effectively mitigated in our facilities thanks to our close collaboration with leading technology providers in the field of DDoS protection.

Thanks to strategic partnerships with leading companies such as Arbor by Netscout, we are able to implement robust and resilient defense solutions, capable of neutralizing even the most aggressive and large-scale DDoS attacks.

Mitigation and stopping of DDoS attacks at the application and web level.

We bring your application back online.

Application-based DDoS attacks are designed to exploit specific weaknesses in applications, causing them to fail or affect their efficiency.

These attacks can target a variety of applications, including web servers, session initiation protocol (SIP) services for voice communications, and the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP). Application-layer DDoS attacks are typically not particularly massive, and are carried out by a number of discrete and intelligent devices, such as Internet of Things (IoT) objects, that adhere to the target application's protocols.

This makes them particularly insidious and complicated to identify and neutralize. Insure your applications against such threats with our specialized DDoS protection services. Through our expertise and advanced technologies, we are able to provide a superior level of protection and response to application-based DDoS attacks.

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Mitigation of DDoS HTTP Flood and HTTPS Flood attacks

No more websites offline for too many requests.

HTTP flood DDoS attacks are designed to overload a server or application by sending a massive amount of seemingly authentic HTTP GET or POST requests.

These attacks frequently rely on a botnet network, which is essentially a collection of malware-infected computers used to send the aforementioned requests. HTTP POST requests tend to be particularly effective because they require more sophisticated server-side processing, while HTTP GET requests are easier to generate and are therefore often used in large-scale botnet attacks.

Protect yourself from HTTP flood DDoS attacks with our premium anti-DDoS protection services. We offer robust solutions to effectively identify, thwart and mitigate attacks of this type, thereby protecting your server or application from unexpected downtime or slowdowns.

Identification and analysis of the type of attack, even mixed.

Measure and analyze to decide correctly.

The success of a DDoS mitigation strategy does not only depend on the use of advanced technologies, but mainly on profound expertise and technical ability to accurately diagnose the type of attack in progress. It is this specific expertise that makes our team unique. Not only do we have the most advanced technological tools at our disposal, but thanks to our extensive experience, we know how to optimally implement them to address any attack scenario.

This broad knowledge gives us the ability to intervene quickly and accurately. We don't just react to attacks as they occur; we also anticipate possible variations and adapt our defense strategy in real time. In this way, we are able to offer a level of cybersecurity that is both proactive and resilient.

Thanks to this approach, we can ensure an agile and robust response to DDoS threats, effectively protecting not only our customers' network infrastructures, but also their business assets and sensitive data. By doing so, we provide a more secure operating environment that allows our customers to focus on their core businesses, knowing that their online presence is safe from potential risks.

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The best price on the market.

No more expensive estimates costing tens of thousands of euros.

We firmly believe that protection from DDoS attacks should not be a luxury reserved only for large enterprises. It is with this objective that we make our service accessible to all entities, from nascent companies to enterprise-level organisations.

Our service is fully managed, freeing the customer from the need to possess specific technical skills. It will be sufficient to provide any information to our team only if necessary.

In particularly complex situations, if the customer's current hosting provider is unable to handle certain issues due to insufficient resources, such as bandwidth, it is possible to move the customer to our infrastructure to effectively mitigate the attack.

To provide an idea of ​​costs, the fee for mitigating a DDoS attack is generally between €300 and €1000 depending on the scenario and complexity of the attack, and is activated within two hours of reporting.

Compliant with GDPR regulations

Do not risk penalties for non-compliance with the GDPR regulation on data protection.

Our company, as a European entity with European data centers certified according to ISO 27001, is fully compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Our data centers are managed by staff with nationality and residence within the European Union, thus ensuring a high level of security and regulatory compliance.

We ensure that all data, requests for technical assistance and tickets relating to DDOS attack mitigations and related interventions are processed in accordance with the most rigorous privacy and security standards. In particular, all data remains archived within the borders of the European Union and is destroyed within a period of 30 days from the conclusion of the processing.

This is to ensure full compliance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament, as well as its subsequent amendments and best practices in the sector.

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FAQ

A DDoS attack, or Distributed Denial of Service, is a particular type of cyber attack that aims to make a website or online service unavailable to authentic users. This is achieved by flooding the system with a high volume of requests, arriving simultaneously from a multitude of different devices, usually under the control of bots. This request overload exhausts system resources such as bandwidth, memory, and processing capacity, thereby preventing the service from responding to legitimate requests.

These attacks are called "distributed" because malicious requests come from multiple sources, often part of a network of compromised devices called a botnet. The distributed nature of these attacks makes them particularly difficult to block, as requests appear to come from many different locations, making it difficult to distinguish between legitimate and malicious traffic.

The intent of a DDoS attack can vary: some attacks are conducted with the intent of digital vandalism, others are used as a distraction to hide other illicit activity, while still others can be used as an extortion tactic, forcing organizations to pay a ransom for restore their services. Regardless of the intent, DDoS attacks can cause significant damage, disrupting business operations, damaging a company's reputation, and causing loss of data or revenue.

DDoS mitigation is a critical process that involves identifying and filtering potentially malicious requests, thus ensuring that only authentic and legitimate traffic can reach the system under protection. This practice is vital to safeguarding websites, networks and online services from the threat of DDoS attacks.

DDoS mitigation takes advantage of a number of advanced technologies and security strategies. Among these, firewalls and routers play a crucial role. A firewall can be configured to block traffic from certain suspicious sources, or to limit the volume of requests that can be sent to a particular service at any given time. Routers, on the other hand, can be used to route traffic through different paths, redistributing the pressure on a network and helping manage the surge in requests during a DDoS attack.

In addition to these hardware technologies, there are also numerous cloud-based solutions for DDoS mitigation. These work by moving traffic to geographically distributed servers in different locations, spreading the effect of the attack and absorbing the massive amount of traffic generated by a DDoS attack. Some of these cloud solutions use artificial intelligence and machine learning to identify and respond to suspicious behavior in real time, further improving the effectiveness of DDoS mitigation.

Importantly, DDoS mitigation is an ongoing process that requires constant monitoring and updating to remain effective. The tactics used in DDoS attacks continually evolve, and mitigation solutions must adjust accordingly to maintain a robust defense against this ever-evolving threat.

DDoS attacks pose a serious and persistent threat to organizations of all sizes. Not only can they disrupt services, causing huge economic losses and operational shocks, but they can also inflict long-term damage to a company's reputation. In an era where customer trust and service reliability are of paramount importance, a successful DDoS attack can have long-lasting consequences, resulting in decreased customer trust, lost business and a possible loss of market share .

Even more alarming is the fact that DDoS attacks can serve as distraction strategies, masking more insidious cyberattacks. While an organization's cybersecurity team is busy responding to the DDoS attack, cybercriminals can use this opportunity to infiltrate the network and perform nefarious deeds. These may include the exploration and exploitation of system vulnerabilities, theft of sensitive data such as personal or financial information, or the installation of malware that may cause further damage or allow future access.

The combined effect of these attacks can be devastating to an organization. In addition to the immediate financial losses caused by the service interruption, the organization can also suffer long-term losses due to lawsuits, fines for data protection violations, costs of repairing systems and increased security costs to prevent future attacks. This makes it even more important for organizations to implement effective and comprehensive DDoS mitigation strategies to protect their services and reputation.

We offer a full range of adaptable and customized solutions to defend your system against DDoS attacks. Our approach focuses on constantly monitoring traffic, allowing us to quickly detect any anomalies or suspicious activity that may indicate an attack in progress. Once a potential attack is detected, our advanced DDoS mitigation tools spring into action, filtering malicious traffic and ensuring that only legitimate traffic reaches your services.

We never leave your organization alone in the fight against DDoS attacks. Whether it's responding to an ongoing attack or assisting you in planning and implementing proactive defense strategies, our team of experts is available 24/7 to provide assistance.

Despite our high quality offering, we pride ourselves on keeping our prices competitive. By comparing our rates with those of other leading companies in the cybersecurity field, you will find that our services are not only among the cheapest on the market, but also free from long-term contract obligations. We believe in providing excellent security solutions at an affordable cost, enabling you to protect your organization without compromising your bottom line.

Our DDoS mitigation services are designed to counter a wide variety of attacks, including volumetric, protocol-layer and application-layer attacks, as well as more complex forms such as amplification and “Low and Slow” attacks.

Volumetric DDoS attacks are among the most common and involve flooding the target system with a huge amount of requests from multiple sources, often controlled by botnets. This overload of requests can saturate bandwidth and system resources, making it difficult or impossible for legitimate requests to get a response.

DDoS protocol-level attacks exploit weaknesses in the network protocols used by the target system, causing a disruption of service. These attacks don't necessarily require a lot of traffic, but they can be just as damaging.

DDoS application attacks aim to exploit weaknesses in the target system's web applications. These attacks are often more sophisticated and targeted, and can cause major service disruptions.

DDoS amplification attacks are a more advanced form of DDoS attack. These attacks use uncompromised third-party systems to increase the amount of traffic sent to the target system, amplifying the effect of the attack.

“Low and Slow” DDoS attacks, on the other hand, send a small number of requests at a slow pace, trying to exploit vulnerabilities in the target's defense system. These attacks can be difficult to detect, but they can still cause serious problems.

Hybrid DDoS attacks combine various attack techniques to maximize their impact and effectiveness.

Importantly, DDoS attacks can be used in conjunction with other cyber attack techniques, such as attempting to exploit vulnerabilities in a system or stealing sensitive information. Our DDoS mitigation service is designed to provide a comprehensive defense against all of these types of attacks, protecting your system and your data.

You can reach us easily through our website or by calling us directly to discuss your specific business needs in detail. We offer a number of DDoS mitigation solutions, which can be tailored to your needs.

For organizations that need timely intervention to mitigate an ongoing DDoS attack, we offer spot response plans. These plans are ideal for dealing with immediate and urgent attacks, and our team of experts will be ready to provide quick and professional assistance to make sure your system is protected and up and running in the shortest possible time.

For organizations that want continuous protection against DDoS attacks, we offer ongoing DDoS mitigation services. These plans provide constant monitoring of your system, automatic attack detection, and the ability to mitigate attacks in real time. Plus, they include access to our 24/XNUMX customer support to ensure your business is always protected.

We believe that every business has unique needs and are committed to providing customized solutions that meet your specific needs. Don't hesitate to get in touch with us to discuss how we can help you protect your business against DDoS attacks.

May 25, 2018 marked the entry into force of an important European regulation, known as the General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). This regulation was developed by the European Commission with the aim of harmonizing the rules on the protection of personal data of citizens of the European Union, guaranteeing them greater control over their data.

The scope of the GDPR is broad and involves all companies that collect, process or store personal data of European citizens, regardless of their geographical location. Therefore, even if a company is not physically located within the European Union, if it processes data of European citizens, it is required to comply with the provisions of the GDPR.

In this new era of data protection, we at Managed Server are firmly committed to complying with the rules imposed by the GDPR. We provide our services in full compliance with the provisions of the new regulation (EU Regulation 2016/679), ensuring that the privacy and data protection of our customers are always our top priority.

Our policies and procedures have been carefully reviewed and updated to ensure compliance with the GDPR. We take appropriate measures to protect personal data against loss, misuse and unauthorized access, and offer transparency about how we collect, use and store personal data. Furthermore, we have foreseen clear mechanisms for exercising the rights of data subjects, such as the right to erasure and the right to access their data.

We recognize the importance of the GDPR for our customers and are proud to be a reliable partner in the processing of personal data in compliance with best practices and current legislation.

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