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DDoS Protection
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Brute Force Protection Web Hosting

A brute force attack is a cybercrime involving successive repetitive attempts to try various password combinations to crack a website. Modern cybercriminals use sophisticated software to construct thousands of quick, successive attempts to achieve access to information. These kinds of software don’t create random guesses, either. Rather, they are armed with massive databases of stolen login credentials and use advanced AI-enabled algorithms that allow them quickly to determine what your username and password might be.

A well-equipped cyberpunk can usually crack a password in less than a minute. Server brute force attacks are a common vector that cybercriminals use to access systems and data. Unfortunately, as server security increases, so does the prevalence of brute-force attacks. 4.7 million identity theft and credit card scam incidents were informed to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in 2020.

Types of Brute Force Attacks

Brute force attacks are separated into multiple types that allow hackers to achieve unauthorized access to the victim’s data.

Simple Brute Force Attacks: It directs the guesswork. Hackers make standard password combinations or PIN codes while logging in manually.

Dictionary Attacks: To try possible passwords attacker executes through dictionaries and amends words using multiple characters and numbers. Dictionary attacks are a low possibility of ensuing because they are time-consuming and need extra effort.

Hybrid Brute Force Attacks: To guess the password, the hacker tries a list of potential words and tests various characters, letters, and number combinations. It combines the Dictionary and Simple brute force attacks.

Reverse Brute Force Attacks: It happens when a cracker already has your old password and uses the known password to explore the database for similar login credentials by making calculated guesses.

Credential stuffing: It occurs when the attacker explores patterns in the user’s password, analyzes the password manners from the username and combinations they already have, and tries to guess the target’s new password.

Brute Force Protection Strategies

Use Strong Passwords: The first step in safeguarding yourself is creating strong passwords that must be at least 8 characters long and contain a mixture of at least one upper- and lower-case letter, number, and symbol. e.g. ( Qwerty12@ )

Strengthen Your Login Process: To increase the security of your login process, you can lock out accounts for a limited time after failed login tries. Each attempt makes the delay longer, and this process is called progressive delay.

Use reCAPTCHA: reCAPTCHA is a security question that requires users to conduct simple tasks to log into a system. Users can effortlessly complete these tasks, while brute force mechanisms cannot.

Microsoft Windows Firewall: Microsoft Windows provides a pre-installed Firewall. It is a robust security tool that can help safeguard your server from malware and other threats. It controls unauthorized access to your server, shields the data from being stolen, and maintains spyware and other malicious software from being installed on your computer.

CSF Firewall: Linux has a free Config Server Firewall (CSF). The CSF blocks malicious scripts injected into web pages by other users and prevents exploiting vulnerabilities in web applications. Furthermore, Microsoft and CSF Firewalls are pre-installed on your hosting server by HostDive Brute force protection web hosting service to protect your website from hackers.

Brute Force Protection Web Hosting

In today's era, websites, and online businesses, large or small, are frequently attacked by hackers looking to gain access to personal data or steal the company's precious resources. So, as a remedy to such an act, the HostDive Brute Force Protection Web Hosting platform provides both Microsoft Windows Firewall and CSF to safeguard your website from brute force attacks. Additionally, to protect your website from any misfortune, we have introduced strategies, which allow us to monitor and restrict access to brute force hackers and bots, using advanced filters and Artificial Intelligence! You don’t have to worry about security after setting up a hosting account in HostDive Brute Force Protection Web Hosting platform!

Our affordable brute force protection web hosting Service monitors traffic to your website, separating bot traffic from real users and blocking unwanted bots because bots carry out almost all brute force attacks. Furthermore, our Shared Web Hosting provides free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates, to encrypt the entire data flow of your website, in addition to multiple Firewalls, and DDoS protection, to further protect your website from any misfortune!

Our Technology Stack

We only use the latest technology stacks when it comes to our infrastructure

Web Panel

We believe DirectAdmin provides the most value to customers among all the shared web hosting panels

Web Server

We are using LiteSpeed which is the fastest web server infrastructure available to commercial clients

Script Installer

To install scripts such as WordPress use our included software the Softaculous one-lick installer

Email Server

Roundcube is the most usable front-facing email server and email management system

SSD Space

Each Hard Drive is powered by Solid State Drive technology which ensure speed and longetivity


All our servers are linked in RAID10, which is the optimal choice between speed and data safety


We use the SQL structure as the default database architecture for our web hosting account


We offer Unlimited Data Transfer with all our web hosting and CMS hosting services

Frequently Asked Questions

When will my service be provisioned?

Your hosting account is setup automatically right after you made payment. All account information is sent to your registered email address.

Do you offer refunds?

We offer a generous 10-day refund policy. For more information please read our Refund Policy page.

Where can I get support if I have an issue?

You can contact us via our ticketing system during EU work hours.

Where are the servers located exactly?

United States 1 Location is at: Los Angeles

United States 2 Location is at: Las Vegas

Europe Location is at: Luxembourg

Singapore Location is at: Singapore :)

Can I upgrade/downgrade my package?

You can automatically upgrade/downgrade within the same server. If you would like to migrate across servers please open a ticket!

Do I have to buy a domain to use your services?

You don't have to buy a domain name from us if you already own one elsewhere. Just select the correct option during checkout!

What is the difference between Shared hosting and CMS hosting?

CMS hosting allows more storage space as CMS solutions such as WordPress or Prestashop requires as much as 10 times more storage than their HTML counterparts.

What is the difference between DirectAdmin and cPanel?

Both control panels offer the same features and capabilities. However, we are able to provide DirectAdmin accounts for a far lower price due to the higher licensing costs associated with cPanel.

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