Increasing DDoS Attacks — Is Your Site Safe?



The latest findings of the Annual Enterprise Threat Landscape Report show that half of all businesses have experienced or will experience DDoS attacks against their infrastructure. Presented in the findings is the rapid increase of new and more aggressive DDoS attacks. Businesses who thought they were safeguarded from these attacks are falling victim to these viruses infiltrating their systems on a daily basis.

With the constant rise of DDoS attacks it’s imperative that you know your business is safely guarded from any form of aggressive online attacks. There are many applications and products available to prevent DDoS attacks – one of the most trusted applications available is CloudFlare. CloudFlare is used and trusted by over 1.5 million websites for unbeatable site security.

CloudFlare works collectively to leverage the knowledge of a vast community of websites, to power a new type of security service. Providing security protection against most types of online threats CloudFlare keeps your website safe and clean of viruses.

With its advanced technology CloudFlare automatically detects new attacks as they arise against any website on its secure network. Once these attacks are identified, CloudFlare begins to block these viruses for both the website under attack and the entire community. This also means the longer you are on CloudFlare, the stronger the protection becomes.

Unlike other applications CloudFlare gives users access to the list of threats that have been prevented from reaching their website. These threats can be sorted by type, country origin, and severity. CloudFlare protects against a range of threats: cross-site scripting, SQL injection, comment spam, excessive bot crawling, email harvesters, and more. If you have security concerns or have recently been affected by a DDoS attack, it is time to get serious about your website security and put an end to DDoS attacks for good.


About Gregory D Evans

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