"Protect Windows servers from DDoS attacks."
As well as sporting an evil-looking yellow bumble bee as their logo for this program, the software has many features to scare away DDOS attacks. Anti DDoS Guardian is a denial of service security package that aims to prevent DDOS attacks. A denial of service attack is one where usually many different PCs have been taken over by malware and act as drones trying to repeatedly access one specific server. This typically overwhelms the available resources of the server and it can fail under such pressure. This Windows server software has many good features including country-ban IP address options and protection from brute force password attacks.
Anti DDoS Guardian Key Features:
- Protects from ongoing DDOS/DOS attacks that attempt to overwhelm a web server
- Protects Apache servers, mail servers, Camfrog servers, VoIP PBX networks and more
- Protects against Windows Remote Desktop brute force password guessing attacks, SYN attacks, IP flood, TCP flood, UDP flood, ICMP flood, slow HTTP DDoS attacks
- Requires Windows 2000 or later
Anti DDoS Guardian provides good protection against the frequent menace of DDOS attacks.
Requirements: Windows 2000 or higher
What's new in this version: Bugs fixed
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