How can I return to Internet VPS Due to DDOS attacks


New Member
It has been subjected Vps
To my DDoS attacks
It was subsequently cut by the Internet
And now I cant access to it please help me
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Staff member
Please note camfrog services are not permitted with in interserver's network because of the DOS attacks they attract. Ensure first you are not running these types of services.

To protect a website against dos attacks interserver's partner cloudflare can be used.

In order to activate cloudflare on a domain the following must be done.

1) sign up for a free account at

2) after creating the account and logging in, enter the domain to add to cloudflare. Cloudflare will detect the dns for your domain.

3) two dns servers will be given from cloudflare for your domain to change your domain name to. It will require at the domain name registrar your current dns servers be changed to these two new dns servers.

4) with in 24 hours the domain will be cloudflare enabled. The 24 hour time is dns propogation time.

In order to have cloudflare be on and not, in the dns settings the activate cloudflare must be enabled for www and disabled for the domain name. An enabled record will have a filled in orange cloud, and a disable record will have a gray cloud. The gray clouds are off cloudflare (your current site ip). An orange clouds are on cloud flare (cloudflare ip).

What is CloudFlare?

CloudFlare is a performance and security service that we provide to our customers. On average, a website on CloudFlare loads twice as fast, uses 60% less bandwidth, has 65% fewer requests and is way more secure.

What is the association between InterServer and CloudFlare?

CloudFlare is a third-party vendor that is offering the CloudFlare service to InterServer customers through a partnership.

How does CloudFlare’s technology work?

CloudFlare is a CDN (content delivery network) with a security layer. Once a website is part of the CloudFlare community, its web traffic is routed through CloudFlare’s global network.

CloudFlare’s network stores copy of static files closer to web visitors, which means they are delivered more quickly than before. CloudFlare caches resources such as CSS, JavaScript and images. CloudFlare’s technology automatically decides which resources to cache based on file extension names so there is zero-configuration. CloudFlare also does compression for every request. CloudFlare’s network also blocks threats and limits abusive bots before they hit the server, which means less wasted bandwidth and server resources.

What types of websites can use CloudFlare?

Almost all websites can use CloudFlare. CloudFlare works for both static and dynamic websites. CloudFlare is not suitable for websites that stream video or audio directly from their origin server. If a website uses YouTube or Vimeo for the videos embedded on your website, then that is compatible with CloudFlare.


New Member
That's a really scary concept. I've always been afraid of this and I didn't know CloudFlae could be a solution. I've seen it a lot and I've heard of it but you've just put it simple Quags, Thank you.