NexQloud, the Most Advanced DDoS Mitigation and Uptime Management System, Rolls Out Prerelease Program
CAMPBELL, Calif., Nov. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — NexQloud announced today the availability of its Prerelease Program. NexQloud, the most advanced DDoS mitigation and uptime management system, aims to revolutionize the way people think about Internet security solutions.
A culmination of years of research and experience in DDoS mitigation, NexQloud has developed Qlo, an advanced human identification algorithm that accurately distinguishes requests sent by zombies and human. Powered by Qlo, NexQloud effectively eliminates for web services the risk of being hit by a DDoS attack.
NexQloud’s mission has always been to make the Internet a safe place for everyone, but that has become increasingly difficult as attackers develop sophisticated technologies that the “good guys” just can’t seem to keep up with. By going back to the drawing board and looking at what exactly is wrong with the Internet, NexQloud has found the holy grail to DDoS mitigation–authentication.
In essence, Qlo analyzes incoming network traffic and identifies patterns. From these patterns, Qlo determines which requests originate from zombies and which are from humans. Qlo further differentiates between “good humans” (normal users) and “bad humans” (users with malicious intent). NexQloud then manages requests sent to web applications according to these classifications.
First, NexQloud is able to deny requests sent by zombies–all zombies. It’s that simple. With zombies out of the picture, servers become immune to DDoS attacks that use massive bandwidth floods to paralyze servers.
Second, NexQloud automatically singles out the bad humans and denies their requests, protecting your website from their attacks. Increasingly, sophisticated attackers have become less interested in resource-intensive attacks like bandwidth flooding, opting instead for techniques that focus on how much traffic actually reaches backend servers, such as Layer 7 attacks. With NexQloud, these attacks are no longer a threat.
Third, NexQloud can queue good humans with up to three levels of moderation, depending on how big the crowd is. Even when no malicious traffic is involved, web services occasionally experience such a large influx of unexpected users that their servers are brought down to their knees. All it takes is a blog post that goes viral, getting featured in the media, or a widely anticipated event–you get the idea. Few websites are immune to such incidents, but NexQloud has you covered.
In short, NexQloud ensures 100 percent uptime, regardless of what the threat is–be it zombies, bad humans or good humans. With zombies blocked, bad humans rejected and good crowds managed, NexQloud will redefine cloud computing. Join our Prerelease Program and be amongst the first to experience the future of uptime management!
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