Enterprise level protection requires many layers of protection. We at molus have seen the arisse of a new threat to networks DDOS ATTACKS, therefore we've built a large 150Gbps network as a way of handling attacks. Once the attack reaches our network, we apply ALL our layers to keep its integrity safe. At first stage we'll use Access Control List Rules(ACLs) that will block traffic at the EDGE of our network. Second stage of mitigation involves inspecting and analyzing each packet ensuring no malicious traffic makes it through to our clients. .
We've deployed a large 150Gbps network, however having scrubbing POPs all over the world allows our system to mitigate much larger attacks when neccesary. With Anycast DDoS systems we are able to direct traffic to multiple locations, allowing us to mitigate up to 500Gbps.
We are sure that every customer must be able to choose between which traffic is reaching their server. As a result of that, we deploy custom ACL rules that will block traffic before it reaches server's router . This guarantees our customer's network integrity while shooting up its speed by decreasing the junk traffic.
While some protections are made to satisfy a mass of customers, ours is built to satisfy each one of our customers. We at Molus are able to modify our firewall to block any incoming attack any time, making modifications if needed.
Heuristic-based DDoS protection allows a total defense against the known "Zero-day" threats 99,99% anticipate SLA, assuring the elevated level of accessibility to your services.
Providing lots of modes, traffic diversion will perfunctorily analyze the succeeding traffic peradventure a threat is seen, your servers will be changed to another position to our alleviation nodes. The inline method put your server below alleviation nodes every time and every day.just change alleviation to mitigatio
Developing firewall rules has never being a bed of roses, we tender the capacity for our customers to build their custom firewalls on our router. By using this rules, you can manage the traffic before it gets to your server. Rules can be developed by ICMP, protocol, source IP, source port, etc.