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DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) is an attack when a threat actor targets an organization's online activities using resources from several distant places. DDoS assaults often concentrate on producing attacks that interfere with network services and equipment's normal operations, for instance, routers, naming services, or caching services. In actuality, it is the fundamental issue.

A DDoS assault overwhelms the targeted website’s resources with HTTP requests and traffic, preventing genuine users from accessing one or more of its services and resulting in a devastating outage. DDoS assaults, along with supply chain attacks, ransomware, and social engineering, are among the top four cybersecurity concerns of our day. The most basic DDoS attack uses brute force to overwhelm the victim with excessive packets, overtax its connection bandwidth, or exhaust its system resources. Floods that use all available bandwidth depend on the attacker's capacity to produce a massive flow of packets.

Sophisticated DDoS assaults don't need to take advantage of open relays or default settings. They take advantage of expected behavior and the original design of the protocols that are used by modern devices. A DDoS attacker manipulates the typical operation of the network services that we all depend on and trust, similarly to how a social engineer manipulates the default workings of human communication.

An application layer DDoS assault is typically carried out to target specific objectives, such as impeding transactions and database access. Although it uses fewer resources than network layer assaults, it frequently goes along with them. Attacks can be made to appear like normal traffic, although they usually target certain application packets or functionality. A website's information retrieval or search capabilities may be affected by an assault on the application layer.

Attacker Tools

The tools are implanted in malware and carry out their attacks secretly, without the system owner's awareness. A well-known example of a DDoS tool is Stacheldraht. It employs a layered structure, and the attacker connects to handlers’ compromised computers that provide orders to zombie agents, facilitating the DDoS attack using client software. The attacker uses automated procedures to exploit security holes in applications that allow remote connections to run on the targeted remote systems, compromising agents through the handlers. Up to a thousand agents can be under each handler's supervision.

DDoS History

It is believed that the first DDoS assault was directed at Panix, the third-oldest ISP in the world. On September 6, 1996, Panix was the target of an SYN flood assault, which caused its services to be unavailable for several days before hardware vendors worked out suitable protection.

Khan C. Smith performed a further early demonstration of the DDoS assault in 1997 during a DEF CON conference, causing the Las Vegas Strip's Internet connectivity to be down for more than an hour. Following the event, prominent organizations like Sprint, EarthLink, E-Trade, and others were attacked online as a result of the leak of sample code.


Since the incoming traffic that floods the target during a DDoS attack comes from several diverse sources. A DoS attack doesn’t work particularly this way, a denial-of-service attack (DoS attack) is a cyberattack that aims to render a computer or network resource inaccessible to its intended users by irreparably interrupting the operations of a host that is linked to a network. To overwhelm systems and prevent some or all valid requests from being completed, denial of service is frequently achieved by sending an excessive number of requests to the resource or machine that is being attacked.

DDoS Impacts

Revenue Loss: Depending on the sort of business and the size of the organization, downtime may be quite expensive. An e-commerce website can’t afford downtime, especially in peak hours. A financial institution may have very different expenses associated with an hour of an outage than a university network, yet both scenarios will have a major impact on users or customers, which may result in a bad reputation for the overall business. The best way to protect your website from these scenarios is to select a specified DDoS protection hosting service.

Productivity Decline: Employee productivity is typically affected when a corporate application or service is downgraded, or worse, totally shut down, which prevents them from working effectively or, in many circumstances, at all. Since a higher number of employees work remotely and rely on dependable connectivity to interact with their coworkers, this has been a necessity to secure enterprise service at all costs.

Cost of Remediation: Additional personnel expenses, such as overtime or the requirement for outside experts, are incurred when IT systems must be quickly recovered both during and after a DDoS assault. Additionally, a DDoS attack and the resulting downtime can hurt a company's reputation and put pressure on existing customer care teams who may be pressed for time to address client complaints or requests.

Damage to Reputation: Some businesses, such as gaming, hosting, data centers, and financial services, place a lot of emphasis on the reliability of their services. Customers may simply spread the news online via Google Reviews or other social media platforms if they don't feel certain that a provider will be continuously online and accessible. In a highly competitive industry, a firm has to keep a good reputation to attract new clients and keep up-to-date services to existing ones.

Cost of a ransom: Although ransomware is a very different kind of cyberattack, DDoS attackers have been combining DDoS attacks with ransom demands more frequently in recent years. In other words, attackers threaten an organization by holding their files hostage and threatening to launch a DDoS attack on top of that unless the organization pays an exorbitant bitcoin ransom fee.

DDoS Protection Hosting

HostDive DDoS Protection Hosting offers improved DDoS mitigation tools to stop DDoS attacks, Our DDoS protection hosting is paired with best practices for website security. Our DDoS protection hosting is geared towards security. You are provided with free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates, which provide an extra layer of security!

HostDive DDoS protection hosting is automatically adjusted to assist safeguard the particular website resources you have in a hosting account. Our Shared Web Hosting accounts are walled with Firewalls and DDoS protection, which makes it near impossible for a DDoS to take place on your website. Furthermore, our 24/7/365 customer support is available to assist you if things go wrong!

With HostDive DDoS protection hosting your application's traffic patterns are examined every day for signs of DDoS assaults. Once the attack is identified, HostDive DDoS Protection hosting immediately and automatically mitigates it. With security, it is also important to have a quick and responsive website. Our DDoS protection hosting offers Unlimited Bandwidth and ultra-fast SSD storage drives, which result in lightning speed experience!

With HostDive DDoS protection hosting, you can manage your hosting account with a DirectAdmin control panel, and install any CMS of your choice within minutes with Softaculous one-click installer, we provide 99.9% uptime committed. Most importantly you can try us risk-free with our Money Back Guarantee!

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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.

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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.

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