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Re: Re: DDoS protection Jun 18 2014 04:49AM
kartik netec gmail com (2 replies)
RE: Re: DDoS protection Jun 20 2014 01:14PM
Sardina, Dominick (Dominick Sardina pseg com)
KT, try

They provide a great anti-ddos service.

Myself, I prefer an outside service from the ISP or a company like Sucuri or Cloudflare, although I lean more towards Sucuri.



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Thanks for your replies.

Noted the points raised by Jacint and Kelly Keeton. I appreciate that.

May I be kind to seek an opinion/ arguments suggesting if the In-house appliances are more "intelligent" thwarting the application level DOS/ DDoS attacks as compared to ISP provided DOS protection wherein it may even fail to detect them. or if there are other benefits owning an In-house product?

As far as Cons are concerned, I feel that the appliance may add some latency which may create issues wherein a latency of milliseconds count.

Although we're small, We're an organization playing with ($,¥,�,£) exchanges and heavily regulated by the Government.




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RE: Re: DDoS protection Jun 18 2014 01:43PM
Mikhail A. Utin (mutin commonwealthcare org)


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