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How DDos Protection from a Web Host Can Save Your Business from Attack

One of the more dangerous attacks your site can suffer is called a DDoS attack. These types of attacks are enough of a concern that it’s important to make sure any web host you sign up with has a strategy for dealing with them. This is because without proper DDoS protection, your site is open game to anyone who has a reason to take your site offline for whatever reason.

What’s a DDoS Attack?

This stands for “Distributed Denial of Service.” This type of attack occurs when either a single individual or a group of people try to take a site down and make it so that no one else can access that site. Essentially, this type of attack will interrupt or suspend web hosting services for a website.

There are a few different ways to accomplish this, but one of the most common is to overload a server by making so many connections to the site that the server can’t respond to any other real connections from traffic.

How Do You Find Web Hosting That Stops It From Happening?

One initial thing you can do to find secure services I tos check to see if the web host even mentions DDoS attacks at all. Some web hosts don’t even think they should be bothered with this and consider the responsibility for dealing with this type of attack to be all on you.

But in general, it helps to look for services that give you free protection of around 100 GBPS or so. Many attacks will fit into this range so if you have this much protection you will be fine.

You really don’t want to be caught unprepared when it comes to a DDoS attack. If you want to find hosting that puts in extra effort to keep you safe from this type of attack, you should definitely contact us at Host My Bytes where we work extra hard to keep you safe.

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