Stop people from stopping you

Your Trusted Shield to Volumetric DDoS Attacks

Mitigate business-impairing DDoS attacks 24/7 by routing volumetric malicious traffic to JPStream’s scrubbing centers, preventing you from the loss of service uptime, critical data and reputation.

What is DDoS?

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are volumetric malicious traffic that tries to flood a server. They can overwhelm the server capacity and render your application inaccessible to legitimate users. Advanced DDoS attacks may breach security perimeters and pose further data threats.

How does DDoS Protection Work?

Our DDoS mitigation solution ensures the stability of your business by continuously monitoring network traffic. Attack detection is fully automated and the algorithm diverts attack traffic to our scrubbing center. Clean traffic is filtered out and allowed to pass on to your server, preserving your online presence while reducing security threats.

High Volume DDoS Attack Protection

JPStream offer high volume DDoS attack defense to effectively divert the high-volume requests so the impact of the attack goes unnoticed by the users.

Routing is not mitigating

Providers that don't have enough capacity will often change routes when you're suffering an attack. Instead of routing, JPStream will mitigate, meaning no increase in latency for you.

Included and extensible

All JPStream servers offer mitigation of DDoS attacks at no extra cost, so you'll always be protected.


JPStream’s multi-layered protection keeps all threatening DDoS traffic at bay at all times, thanks to the intelligent DDoS detection that uninterruptedly scans through incoming traffic and sweeps harmful one away. The system guarantees that only clean traffic can pass through and ensures operational continuity.

Managed Defense Mechanisms

JPStream DDoS Protection service is fully managed. On top of traditional management features such as IP blocking, ACLs, null routes, blackholes, and unused ports disabling, it goes further with complete protection of layers 3, 4, and 7.