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  • Anti-DDoS Game

    The online gaming and e-sports sector is one of the main targets of DDoS attacks. As a result, it is essential for hosting platforms to be permanently protected against these frequent, massive threats. Read on to learn about OVH's anti-DDoS protection, specifically designed for gaming.

  • Anti-DDoS Technologies

    To resist the attacks of tomorrow, including those bigger than we can even imagine today, it’s important to invest heavily in DDoS mitigation technologies. Read on to find out why.

  • Dedicated DDoS Protection

    DDoS attacks are becoming increasingly common, and this threat doesn’t discriminate based on company size or industry. To best address DDoS, organizations need to understand how it works and how to tailor an anti-DDoS strategy to meet your needs. Read this article to get started.

  • Mega IoT Cyberattack: OVH Suffers 1.5Tbps DDoS Attack via 145,000 Webcams

    In 2016, OVH suffered from a 1.5Tbps DDoS attack via 145,000 webcams. While OVH was able to prevail against the attack, the real concern is what happens if the hackers decide to mount an attack against a smaller, less technically prepared target? Read on to find out.

  • Managing a DDoS attack

    View this step-by-step approach taken by the OVH-designed system to block DDoS attacks at your organization.

  • The Risk of Network Layer and Application Layer DDoS Attacks

    The deployment of 5G will open a lot of networking possibilities due to its improvements in speed, capacity and latency. Those advances, however, also open up the possibility for more severe attacks. In this e-guide, learn more about the threat of DDoS attacks and explore the differences between network layer and application layer DDoS attacks.

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