Since there was recently a new system update at OVH and Living-Bots id liked to ask witch of these vServer hoster would you recomend for me against DDoS Attacks.
https://www.ovh.de/virtual_server/ (SSD, CLOUD RAM, CLOUD)
Thank you very much in...
Name of the script: Group-Protection
Functions of the script: kick/ban users not belonging to the group which set in config
Why do you want it: Protect admin group
Original source (if any): Group-Protection is in https://github.com/R4P3-NET/RBMod, but i need in php and only this...
Hello, I will leave here some of the best host I have ever tested and so far have not given me any problems, if anyone has already tested their
anti-ddos protection tell us in the comments.
1º - https://myvirtualserver.com -- Very low prices , good protection up to 800 GBps, voxility provider...
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Hello today i will be listing my tread finally after trying almost every single host (VPS Hosting).
I know there are a lot of threads liek this on r4p3 but i am going to post this thread in a more explained and a better way.
For DDoS Protection i've used some web stressers...
I want to protect my server a little bit and wondered if anyone of you can help me.
On my server I'm hosting several teamspeak servers, webinterface and a (not working yet) mailserver shortly sumed up.
I'm now looking for a nice solution which works with drop policy and limit the requests...
Waaaazaaap Bros :cool: ,
Here we can talk about what is the best protection for the teamspeak
first of all
We will make a points and everyone tell us hes opinion and give it a point
[ Points list ]
1Point - This host is shit ->No Protection At all:mad:
2Point - 1Gps and still shit -> There...
This plugin provides a hotfix addressing a recently discovered vulnerability affecting TeamSpeak3 Client version 188.8.131.52
It also provides a PoC Utility to exploit the vulnerability!
Only use it on your own Server for test purposes!
R4P3.NET wont take responsibility for damage caused.
This is a benchmark of sorts:
Clearly, you can see that NGINX holds up like a beast. HAPROXY is pretty nice too, but if you're focused on running a wicked fast and stable website I would place my bets on NGINX and having a decent network infrastructure.
Read this for more information...
I run a small server on a Raspberry PI 2 (using an emulator) it works really well with the whole set-up costing me around $90 AUD and calculated power costs at $11 per year running 24/7.
I was wondering if there is a way to protect a home internet connection with DDOS protection...