SonicFast.io - 50% OFF - UK Servers - DDoS protected

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SonicFast is a provider of hosting solutions focused on DDoS protection, we operate on a wide range of flexible products tailored to any need, along with this, we aspire to offer the fastest customer service for a better experience.

Today we offer new discounts on a wide range of plans and services, see below.


Virtual Private Servers

KVM-01
2GB RAM
2x CPU Core
25GB SSD NVMe Space
Unmetered bandwidth
1Gbps uplink
1x IPv4
KVM/SolusVM
COUPON: LEB20V
€4.00/month ($4,38/month)
Order now (https://sonicfast.io/clientarea/cart.php?a=add&pid=31)

KVM-02
4GB RAM
2x CPU Core
40GB SSD NVMe Space
Unmetered bandwidth
1Gbps uplink
1x IPv4
KVM/SolusVM
COUPON: LEB20V
€8/month ($8,75/month)
Order now (https://sonicfast.io/clientarea/cart.php?a=add&pid=32)


Web Hosting

Professional
10 GB NVMe SSD
20 email, ftp, database
Unlimited domains
DDoS protection
Daily backups (JetBackups)
Semi-Managed
KVM/SolusVM
COUPON: LEB50H
€2.00/month ($2,19/month)
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Enterprise
20 GB NVMe SSD
20 email, ftp, database
Unlimited domains
DDoS protection
Daily backups (JetBackups)
Semi-Managed
KVM/SolusVM
COUPON: LEB50H
€3.5/month ($3,83/month)
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Armored
30 GB NVMe SSD
Unlimited email, ftp, database
Unlimited domains
DDoS protection + Layer 7 Protection Suit
Daily backups (JetBackups)
Managed
KVM/SolusVM
COUPON: LEB50H
€17.50/month ($19,15/month)
Order now (https://sonicfast.io/clientarea/cart.php?a=add&pid=54)


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Server info:
Test IP: 2.56.8.2
Location: London City Reach, Hydra DC
CPU: Xeon E5-2660v1/v2
RAM per node: 256 GB

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Considering you just mentioned that you’re a DDoS-protection focused company, shouldn’t you mention your network capacity?

Just for the record some companies will not advertise their protection throughput and maximum PPS to limit people “stress testing” and attackers being able to rent the appropriate booster(s) for the dirty jobs.

Just like a data center will promote what security services they utilize but they aren’t going to tell you where their cameras are, what brands they are, what OSes they are operating on, what man trap systems they use, etc etc etc.

It doesn’t look like they have any own capacity, so it might be one reason.

The other might be that there are stories on the forums about the said protection being used being withdrawn on large sustained attacks but under the advertised capacity, so there’s that.

I mean I was curious because it was listed on their own website :stuck_out_tongue:

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There is more good stuff on their website

“DMCA ignored” from an EU company. :joy:

Well, strictly speaking DMCA only applies to US companies. Europe has EDEC.

Strictly speaking DMCA notification is very much sufficient under EU law.

EU law does not specify how the notification is to be called. It must reasonably convey the information to the hosting provider of the abuse and said provider must reasonably quickly act on such notification, otherwise the provider can be sued along with the Customer for damages, equally.

While we do have DDoS protection from our upstream (HydraCom), we don’t like to advertise any set numbers since they are not very relevant in granular attacks. Can be considered 100Gbps / 120Mpps if you really want to.

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I don’t understand this mania for finding the hair in the egg. Since you are so attentive, you will have noticed that on our site those two locations cannot be ordered for months now as we have no interest in that type of business.

In any case, thanks for making me understand so much :slight_smile:

What’s the problem with that?

Are you going to answer legitimate questions asked in this thread or will you resort to low level attacks on whoever points serious issues your end?

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Not necessarily true as ruled by the French court in a lawsuit against Google in '09 and a few select other cases.

That said, in most cases it does, but strictly it’s not the DMCA that’s accepted but rather a copyright claim. The DMCA can be rejected albeit a copyright claim cannot.

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This doesn’t look to be taking any friendly path. Let’s be a little better than we are elsewhere, myself included.

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