DDoS and DoS attacks

Website under attack? Our anti-DDoS services protect against DDoS attacks of any type and size.

Don't get cut off from the net, cut off the attackers and Ddos.
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Years of experience
Linux Managed Servers
1Tbit / s
Filtering capability
1 hours
Average mitigation time

We protect websites from network and application level DDoS attacks.

Effective DDoS protection at the best price

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

Cyber ​​attacks have become a way of life for organizations around the world. Ninety-eight percent of organizations globally reported having suffered a cyber attack, according to research from Radware. Difficult to defend and potentially costly, DDoS attacks can cause website and network outages, compromised data, and lost revenue for organizations both large and small. DDoS attacks have become a commodity. Thanks to the availability of DDoS-as-a-Service tools on the Darknet, the increased vulnerability of IoT devices and the consequent increase in botnets and motivated hackers from the financial standpoint of running ransomware campaigns, DDoS attacks have never been more common, powerful, or profitable.

DDoS protection and mitigation solutions have never been more important.
Marco Marcoaldi Linux Managed Server Server Managed system engineer
Marco Marcoaldi
Founder & Systems Engineer Managed Server
DDOS Attack Protection L3

Mitigation and stopping of network-level attacks.

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

L3 DDoS (referred to OSI Model Layer 3). A network-level DDoS typically targets network equipment and the connection to flood them with packets to the point where there are simply too many packets to handle.

For this very reason, these types of attacks are commonly referred to as volumetric. A volumetric attack aims to saturate the bandwidth of the victim systems.

It's a tremendously efficient, yet easy to mitigate attack on our facilities by partnering with leading vendors and technologies like Netscout's Arbor, Imperva Incapsula, and CloudFlare.

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

We bring your application back online.

Application-level DDoS attacks are designed to attack the application itself, focusing on specific vulnerabilities or problems, resulting in the application unable to deliver content to the user. Application layer DDoS attacks are designed to attack specific applications, the most common being web servers, but can include any application such as SIP and BGP voice services.

Such DDoS attacks are typically low to medium volume as they must conform to the protocol used by the application, which often involves protocol handshaking and protocol / application compliance. This means that these DDoS attacks will primarily be launched using discrete smart clients, usually devices Internet of Things (IoT) and cannot be falsified.

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Mitigation of DDoS HTTP Flood and HTTPS Flood attacks

No more websites offline for too many requests.

An HTTP flood DDoS attack uses what appear to be legitimate HTTP GET or POST requests to attack a web server or application. These flooded DDoS attacks often rely on a botnet, which is a group of computers connected to the Internet that have been maliciously appropriated through the use of malware such as a Trojan horse.

These types of DDoS attacks are designed to have the targeted server or application allocate as much of the resources as possible in direct response to each request. In this way, the attacker hopes to overwhelm the server or application, "flooding" it with as many process-intensive requests as possible.

HTTP POSTs are often used because they involve complex server-side processing, while HTTP GET attacks are easier to create, thus lending themselves to botnet attacks that rely on scale to achieve the desired outage.


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

The first step of any DDoS mitigation that works is to have the know-how and expertise in identifying the type to take the necessary countermeasures.

Thanks to this characteristic that distinguishes us we are able not only to use the tools, but to use the right tools in the correct way.

This allows us to operate quickly and adapt the defense strategy to varying the type of attack.


The best price on the market.

Enough very expensive estimates of thousands of euros.

Although we understand the importance of our service for the economy and the customer's business, we firmly believe that being able to project from DDoS attacks should not be a privilege aimed at the Enterprise range.

Precisely with this mission we offer our service to any reality, from the small business to the Enterprise range company.

The service is fully managed and does not require any specific expertise on the part of the customer who will only communicate any information to our team if necessary.

In more complex cases, if the customer's current Hosting provider is unable to cope with some problems due to insufficient resources (usually bandwidth), the customer can be switched to one of our structures in order to brilliantly mitigate the attack.

To give a rough guideline, currently the cost for mitigating a DDoS attack is normally managed with a cost that varies between € 200 and € 300 within 2 hours of communication.

They made use of our services and our know-how.

DDOS protection with Arbor Networks
& CloudFlare.

Hosting Provider Anti DDOS Arbor

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