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SyntaxPhoenix DDoS Protection

Protect your applications with the modern DDoS protection from SyntaxPhoenix

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Protection against DDoS attacks

Companies and their infrastructures are increasingly the target of DDoS attacks. DDoS attacks or distributed denial-of-service attacks are coordinated, targeted attacks on a server in order to overload it with a large number of requests so that it can no longer perform its normal tasks and the services hosted on it can no longer be reached. These failures can lead to immense damage to the company's image and loss of revenue due to the unavailable infrastructure.

However, you can protect yourself against DDoS attacks in a targeted manner and filter them in advance using filter measures in the form of DDoS protection.

How the SyntaxPhoenix DDoS Protection works

In the case of SyntaxPhoenix DDoS protection, the traffic is already filtered by the DDoS protection before it reaches the server. Algorithms are used to distinguish malicious traffic from normal traffic generated by your users and filter them accordingly.

The traffic from DDoS attacks is already discarded at the DDoS protection and thus does not reach your server.
Diagram showing the traffic flow of the SyntaxPhoenix DDoS protection. Users and DDoS traffic collect on the Internet and arrive together at the SyntaxPhoenix DDoS protection. But the protection only allows the traffic of the users to come through to the servers.
Permanent protection

Contrary to many competitors, the SyntaxPhoenix DDoS protection is permanently active and permanently filters the traffic for potential DDoS attacks. In this way we can ensure that traffic from a DDoS attack, if it can be filtered, will not reach your server.

Many filtering methods

The SyntaxPhoenix DDoS protection relies on many filter methods for the best possible protection and uses multi-level filter pipelines with up to 28 filter levels. The SyntaxPhoenix DDoS protection is already prepared for amplification attacks, TCP floods, well thought-out Layer 7 attacks and other attack scenarios.

Up to 750Gbit / s filter protection

Thanks to our network being sufficiently connected to the outside world, we can fend off attacks of up to 750Gbit/s without the use of null routing.

Structure of the SyntaxPhoenix DDoS protection

The SyntaxPhoenix DDoS protection consists of a Netscout Arbor Sightline and several other in-house developments. With the help of this infrastructure, the SyntaxPhoenix DDoS protection is able to filter attacks of up to 750Gbit/s. A large number of attack methods are automatically recognized and mitigated.
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An excerpt of the filterable attack types

Below we list an excerpt of the types of attacks that can be safely filtered by our DDoS protection.
Racks with wired servers

Flood Attacks

Flood attacks are typical DDoS attack scenarios in which the attackers send increased traffic volumes to the affected systems.

DNS Amplification
Racks with wired servers

TCP Stack Attacks

TCP stack attacks explicitly attack the handshake functionality of the TCP / IP stack.

TCP Flags
Racks with wired servers

Fragmentation Attacks

Fragmenation attacks are based on the IP / ICMP fragmentation packets. The attackers send packets that cannot be defragmented and thus fill the memory of the server.

Racks with wired servers

Application Attacks

Application attacks are explicitly aimed at the application layer and exploit weak points in applications.

HTTP GET floods
SIP invite floods
DNS attacks