With DDoS attacks being an ever growing threat to servers across the globe, it’s become a fundamental part of website security. This impacts businesses both in terms of site presence, availability and profits. Over the last 8 or so years the web has had to evolve to respond to the increase in these attacks. For example, back in 2014 a couple of teenagers were able to take the entire xbox live network offline during Christmas.
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