Security Basics
Re: DDoS protection Jun 17 2014 11:05AM
alphaone tw gmail com (2 replies)
Re: DDoS protection Jun 18 2014 12:48PM
Claudiu Hulea (Claudiu Hulea dotpix ro)
Re: DDoS protection Jun 18 2014 12:48PM
Jean-Marc Dupuis (jm truetimes org)
The problem with that is an ISP can only block approximately 88% of malware otherwise it starts blocking legitimate traffic. Therefore there is additional care that needs to be taken by organizations to ensure that they are working within their acceptable risk tolerance.

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Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2014 11:05:44 GMT
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> If your ISP can clean everything for you, there will be no need to buy anti-DDOS
> devices and put inside your network. Unless you are going to prevent outbound
> DDOS from within your network.
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> If you are looking for anti-DDOS devices, Radware DefensePro can do good job for
> you according to my experience. They provide both signature and behavior based
> DDOS protection. And you can write your own signature when needed.
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