KoDDOS.com hosts and protects The Private HYIP Blog from illegal DDOS attacks.
Have you ever wondered if a DDOS protection was truly necessary for your selected HYIPs ? Well you’re not alone! In this article, you’ll learn how to check if a given HYIP invested in an appropriate level of DDOS protection, what means DDOS for a good HYIP website but most importantly, you’ll better understand why DDOS protection is vital for you to make money online from HYIPs .
DDOS protection and you :
( Distributed Denial of Service attack , HYIP speaking… )
In the end, what you need to know about DDOS attack protection as an active HYIP investor sums up to this : an adequate level of DDOS protection will make it possible for you to access your account and manage your funds with your favorite HYIP website even if the HYIP is under a DDOS attack. Why is this so important ? That’s because when a HYIP becomes unavailable whatever the reason is, investors will think it’s gone scam. Red Flags like this could easily kill a HYIP if the HYIP is not back after 24 hours . That’s not good in the case where the administration was not ready to close the program yet because your money would be lost prematurely. Really, it’s crasy how destructive rumors can be in the HYIP market ; they realy spread like fire !
In a way, a reliable DDOS protection tells you that your profit will stay accessible for the longetivity of the HYIP project. Of course, the HYIP admin could have the intention to steal your money no matter what or even pretend they are under DDOS attack while it’s a lie but that’s a different story. So in this article, I’m pretending that the given HYIP plays the role of a victim…
Why hackers would attack your HYIP ?
Competition among the various HYIP options offered throughout the web certainly is the number one reason why HYIP websites need to invest in a high-risk DDOS protection service. Say you are a HYIP admin ; you might want to shut-down the competition by hiring hackers and be the king of the hill, right ? One thing is for sure, DDOS protection has become an industry standard and many new HYIP admins learn this at their own expenses. Or should I say at their members expenses ?
So how can you verify your HYIP invested in the right level of protection ? By running a whois search (http://whois.domaintools.com/ ) of your HYIP website, look for the ” Name Servers ” and you’ll see which company provides the DDOS protection, if it’s the case naturally. Then, contact the DDOS provider directly through their support form and they might be keen to tell you which protection level was purchased by the administration of your selected HYIP.
In real life though, I honestly don’t do that myself as an HYIP investor. I consider it’s enough to check with the whois tool the name server to certify if a given HYIP bought a trusted protection.
How a DDOS attack works ?
By flooding the victim’s website with a massive amount of ” fake ” or ” zombie ” traffic, the attacker shuts down the website mainly because it’s hosted via a non-DDOS protected server, like bluehost.com , godaddy.com or other traditionnal hosting providers. In my book, and image is worth a thousand words to explain how hackers conduct these illegal attacks to make the victim’s website unavailable :
Take my blog for example : thanks to KoDDOS.com, I’m not being exposed to thousands of ” zombie ” computers remotely controlled by a hacker. Essentially, the servers of KoDDOS is the one exposed to those zombie PCs instead of my website. So KoDDOS acts like a guardien with a sword to cut down good and bad visitors. Understand that there are different level of intensity so a HYIP admin could buy an inadequate DDOS protection level. For example, I invite you to visit http://www.koddos.com/ddos-protection.html and you’ll see that in the bottom of their article, they mentionthat HYIP websites should get the required protection level. For instance, the privatehyipblog.com obviously don’t need the same level of protection as a new HYIP website due to the diffrence in nature of my informative blog compared to a HYIP website.
To conclude, some popular DDOS providers protecting HYIPs like ddoswiz.com, blockddos.net, dragonara.net, koddos.com, blacklotus.net, etc, might well be run and owned by selected HYIP admins like it’s the case for flaxhost.net and lionsociety.com . I don’t know if you already took the time to check how much a serious HYIP protection service costs but let me tell you that it became a pretty lucrative business since 2005, the year I started as a HYIP investor.
Tell me if you have more questions about DDOS protection and HYIPs . Stay tuned! My next article will definitively be about Macro Trade to discuss if it will scam soon.
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