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Secure and DDoS protected hosting in exchange for a small link?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by pr0xy, May 30, 2013.

  1. pr0xy

    pr0xy Regular Member

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    I would like to offer a deal to some BHW members. I provide free hosting (Envirsohosting.com) in exchange for a small link from their site? We are not a reseller, we have servers from Softlayer (they host many major hosting companies). We also offer security features such as custom kernels, scripts we've wrote to protect from SQL attacks, XXS attacks, and more! Forget about being bruteforce'd or DDoS'd we can protect against all of that. We also offer Auto SEO with some of our packages. If anyone is interested in getting free quality hosting and is willing to give us a small link on their site please PM me!
     
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  2. Young Learner

    Young Learner Junior Member

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    protection against DDoS, u jokin? DDoS can't be stopped, as long as u faster up, u win. which will never happen with a botnet of approx 15k(small)
     
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    You are incorrect. A DDOS using recursive servers and a botnet of about 100,000 zombies was used against the Cloudflare protected service of Spamhaus. SpamHaus, nor CloudFlare were affected. Then a larger attack that affected many Eu. web services was attempted against the same from a cyberbunker in the Netherlands. No effect on Cloudflare or Spamhaus.
     
  4. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    The above makes you sound really dumb.

    It all depends on the scale of the attack. Most DDOS Attacks can be stopped as they generally are not operating at the 50GBPS or higher rate. Running that size attack or higher is extremely costly, attracts a lot of legal heat, and is difficult to sustain.
     
  5. pr0xy

    pr0xy Regular Member

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    Like the people have already mentioned, the scale depends. It would take A LOT of resources to drop our servers. The benefit vs cost would not be worth it. This isn't something that can be stopped with a small botnet. Think bigger. I understand your logic of thinking but times and technologies have changed.