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When I tried to access my company server, I couldn't get in. I called a security firm, they think that I am being ddos'ed. How can I tell for sure that I am being ddos'ed? Is it possible that I have a virus or malware instead?
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Focus on tracking normal activity so you can recognize if anything is a unusual. Improve you capacity so it is high enough to carry the load for optimization during spikes. Run regular checks to know what is normal and what is not. There are plenty of safe guards out there to explore by doing a simple google search.
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