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DDoS Mitigation?
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Hey everyone, how do I mitigate DDoS attacks with combinations of such methods?
#2
I recently heard setting up cloudflare in combination with dome9 drops almost al kind of DDoSes. Even layer 4 and layer 7.
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(2013-10-13, 06:18 PM)Tankey Wrote: I recently heard setting up cloudflare in combination with dome9 drops almost al kind of DDoSes. Even layer 4 and layer 7.
Hardly. At a certain point (Isn't that high) if the DDoS peaks a certain amount, then your service is deactivated and the server IP is exposed. You can fix this by paying $200 a month for their business plan. There are also ways to get past CloudFlare, like mail and remote avatars. I wouldn't advise you solely rely on CloudFlare.
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You are right, of course it depends on the power and lenght of the DDoS but those 2 in combination can block it more than one of eachother or none at all. I've seen it in action and it works pretty secure if you ask me.
#5
cloudflare but make sure you hide the server ip in the cloudflare dns settings,in the email header and in users profile(if they link a image they can see the ip of your site).
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Cloudflare helps with layer 4 attacks, but isn't to be used by itself. Once they cut your service, you'll be completely unguarded. I used to utilize their services, but my site had been cut off multiple times. I recommend using OVH, as they can handle some extremely large layer 4 attacks. If layer 7 attacks are an issue, you can set up a reverse proxy. There are plenty of DDoS protected reverse proxies. You could shoot for some pricier services, but a reverse-proxy and hosting with OVH should be able to hold off most attacks.


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