DDoS Protection | DDoS-Guard Security Service Provider Client area Reliable Protection From DDoS Attacks Ensuring regular network presence without customer loss Activate Our Mission To continuously improve service quality, its usability, and availability Activate 99.95% SLA availability 300,472 projects under protection 3.2 Tbps
DDoS-Guard briefly provided denial-of-service attack protection to online stalking and harassment forum Kiwi Farms after Cloudflare canceled services to the site on 3 September 2022. On 5 September 2022, DDoS-Guard dropped them as a client, writing that they had followed a policy of " net neutrality " for years; "however, there are things that are unacceptable for us under any circumstances". 
In general, DDoS attacks can be segregated by which layer of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model they attack. They are most common at the Network (layer 3), Transport (Layer 4), Presentation (Layer 6) and Application (Layer 7) Layers. Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) Model: DDOS Attack Classification
DDoS-GUARD is one of the leading service providers on the global DDoS protection and content delivery markets since 2011. Unlike most of other companies, we provide services using our own network of scrubbing centers having sufficient channel and computing capacities to process high volumes of traffic. We do not resell other companies' services claiming them as our own.
Verisign DDoS protection operates in the Cloud. Users can choose to redirect connection attempts with a simple change of their DNS (Domain Name Server) settings. Traffic is sent to Verisign for...
A distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack targets websites and servers by disrupting network services. A DDoS attack attempts to exhaust an application’s resources. The perpetrators behind these attacks flood a site with errant traffic, resulting in poor website functionality or knocking it offline altogether.
DDoS Protection telemetry, monitoring, and alerting. Azure DDoS Protection applies three auto-tuned mitigation policies (TCP SYN, TCP, and UDP) for each public IP of the protected resource, in the virtual network that has DDoS enabled. The policy thresholds are auto-configured via machine learning-based network traffic profiling.