Imagine this: you’re throwing the coolest party in town, and suddenly, uninvited guests start pouring in, crashing the bash. In the vast expanse of the internet, we face the digital equivalent of uninvited guests crashing a party – DDoS attacks.
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks represent a persistent threat. These attacks aim to overwhelm a website or online service by flooding it with an excessive amount of traffic. It’s akin to a traffic jam on the digital highway, disrupting the normal flow of legitimate visitors.
Anti-DDoS serves as the digital bouncer, actively monitoring incoming traffic and distinguishing between genuine users and malicious actors. When a potential threat is detected, it employs various strategies to mitigate the impact.
How does Hillstone Networks NIPS specifically implement Anti-DDoS? It is implemented based on a security zone, offering a comprehensive range of protection. It’s worth noting that NIPS V5.0 has introduced Intelligent Anti-DDoS based on baseline, optimized protection against network scanning behavior, and added protection against ICMP redirect and SIP Flood attacks.
Anti-DDoS stands guard against disruptive attacks that seek to undermine the availability of your online assets. In a similar vein, content filtering ensures a more nuanced layer of defense, preventing inappropriate or forbidden content from spreading within or out of your network.
Content filtering acts as a gatekeeper, selectively allowing or blocking access to specific websites and content categories based on predefined criteria. Have you ever faced the challenge of being unable to filter encrypted content? With NIPS V5.0, that’s no longer a problem. It supports filtering encrypted content for protocols like HTTPS, SMTPS, POP3S, and IMAPS. This significantly reduces the risk of data breaches and helps with compliance checks.
In addition, NIPS V5.0 has enhanced its C&C protection capabilities, improved the way blacklists are updated, and much more. If you’re interested, contact your Hillstone representative or authorized reseller for more information.