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Old 05-19-2012, 01:20 PM
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NuclearProxy - Protection for the Masses


In March, I set out on a mission to find a way to completely mitigate the effects of an attack. I've spent countless hours trying hundreds, and believe me, hundreds of ways to protect a site. I finally came up with the perfect solution.

Please note that I won't provide hosting. You have to provide yourself with hosting. I'll place my protection in front of your hosting.

Keep in mind that this is ONLY for websites.

If, after I finish the setup, you can still be brought offline, you will receive a full refund. However, this has not happened yet.

You will be protected against the following attacks:

UDP Flood
SSYN Flood
SUDP Flood
HTTP Flood/Spam (of any kind)
PoD (Ping of Death) attack
Slowloris
Bandwidth Drain

Packages:
Package 1 - 1 Site [$25/mo]
Package 2 - 3 Sites [$70/mo] (Save $5)
Package 3 - Hosting company [$150/mo] (Protect your entire hosting company's IP)

Extra Charges:
$1/TB of incoming requests

Oh, and before anybody asks how big our pipes are, there is "no limit." We offer maximum flexibility with our plans.

99.9% Uptime. Guaranteed


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Old 05-20-2012, 12:37 AM
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Just did a recent test.

Our services managed to handle a 40Gbps attack.

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