Cloud Web Hosting Company Genius Guard Launches Unlimited DDOS Protection
27 June 2017
Cloud web hosting company Genius Guard has launched unlimited Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS) protection hosting services. Based in the United Kingdom, Genius Guard has been in business for almost a decade. The company caters to domestic and international customers, offering a wide range of hosting and related services. These include shared hosting, domain registration, and cyber threat protection services.
DDoS attacks have been consistently in the news over recent months. Such attacks flood websites with traffic, overwhelming their resources, and forcing them offline. DDoS attacks differ from standard DoS attacks in that they direct traffic from a number of compromised sources. For instance, recent attacks have used data from CCTV systems to flood servers with massive amounts unwanted traffic and data. With the introduction of its latest services, Genius Guard’s hosting platform now specialises in offering safeguards against DDoS attacks.
Genius Guard’s web hosting service offers a range of benefits that are not available to more traditional types of hosting. It leverages a number of DDoS mitigation technologies to provide completely protection for customers. Genius Guard’s hosting also provides a high level of performance, with fast loading speeds and a “powerful hosting system that automatically heals broken websites”. Its current customers are also able to upgrade to the new service. All of the company’s services are underpinned by round-the-clock support from a dedicated support team.
“We at Genius Guard are extremely excited to bring you our highly dependable DDoS protected web hosting solutions, designed to give you great peace of mind,” explained a Genius Guard spokesperson. “We are confident that our advanced DDoS mitigation technology will enable you to give your brand a very secure online presence. Genius Guard is a name that you can trust when it comes to shared web hosting and now you can trust us to have your back against hackers and from the unscrupulous elements online.”
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