Last Updated on 08/19/2022 by OTC
It’s not uncommon for users to experience “DDoS Protection” pages when casually browsing the web. These DDoS protection pages are typically associated with browser checks performed by WAF/CDN services which verify if the site visitor is, in fact, a human or is part of a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack or other unwanted bot.
Under normal circumstances, DDoS pages usually don’t affect users much — they simply perform a check or request a skill testing question in order to proceed to the desired webpage.
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