ObeseTurtle free asked 2 months ago

Are websites deployed using MDB CLI automatically protected from DDOS attacks? If not, how can we protect our websites? I have a Node.js backend project. I don't think we can use Cloudflare because we need access to DNS settings

geraldine198 free answered 1 month ago


Websites deployed using MDB CLI are not automatically protected from DDoS attacks. To protect your Node.js backend, you can implement several measures. Use a DDoS protection service from your cloud provider, like AWS Shield or Google Cloud Armor, which don't require DNS changes. Additionally, implement rate limiting in your application using libraries like express-rate-limit to control the number of requests a user can make within a specific timeframe. Combining these approaches can significantly enhance your website's resilience against DDoS attacks. SpotifyPie com

Best Regard,geraldine198

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  • Technology: MDB CLI / MDB GO
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