You all may heard about virtual attacks on the Internet, that are capable of paralyzing even the largest companies and service providers. All without exception, and in all sectors, are vulnerable to what is called Distributed Denial-Of-Service attack, or DDoS. For all of those who haven’t read our article on DDoS, a DDoS is an “attempt to make an online service unavailable by overwhelming it with traffic from multiple sources. They target a wide variety of important resources, from banks to news websites, and present a major challenge to making sure people can publish and access important information.”

According to studies, the top 3 most targeted industries are: Financial, IT services/cloud/SaaS, IaaS, and Telecom. Our country and bank system is not a stranger to this attack as last week, Banco de España suffered a distributed denial-of-service attack. This DDoS attack affected the access to their website reminding  us how accessible a site can be. It’s important to bear in mind that this recent attack its only one of the many DDoS attacks that are being record in more than 80 countries during 2018 so far.


Likewise, anyone can be a target for this kind of cyber attack as this type of threat could be cheap and easy to organize, and if your website do not have a reliable protection such as the one that Transparent CDN can provide, it could be a highly effective attack.

As a website owner, you need to be confident that your sites are secure from cyber attacks. Transparent’s security as a service provides security protection against all of these types of cyber threats and more to keep your website safe. It provides ongoing 24/7 protection so you can focus on your business whilst our security experts and team keep your site secure.

On top of this, Transparent CDN,  is always looking for your cloud security, and provides your site defense against HTTP Get Flood, HTTP Post Flood, HTTP Head Flood, HTTP slow header flood, HTTP Slow Post Flood, HTTPS Flood and SSL DoS/DDoS attacks.

As well, mobile attack defense Defensible DDoS attacks launched by mobile botnets, for example, AnDOSid/WebLOIC/Android.DDoS.1.origin. And also blocking of controlling traffic of active zombies, Trojan horses, worms, and tools, such as LOIC, HOIC, Slowloris, Pyloris, HttpDosTool, Slowhttptest,Thc-ssl-dos, YoyoDDOS, IMDDOS, Puppet, Storm, fengyun, AladinDDoS, and so on C&C DNS request traffic

Transparent CDN is a complete snitch in a good way, by scanning and sniffing attack defense against Port Scanning, IP Scanning, Tracert Control Packet, IP Option, IP Timestamp and IP, Routing Record attacks.

So what are you waiting for to have Transparent CDN  as your cybersecurity cloud protector?

Be faster my friend 🙂