DDoS Protection

for any NON-WEB app

affordable. efficient. reliable.

Online Shields
Online Users
TB of traffic
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Change your server IP address
πŸ”„ If your server has been attacked, we will change the server's IP address to a new one. You can ask your hosting provider to help you with this step. That way, any mischievous hackers trying to target the old address will be left scratching their heads. 🚚 This step, you are ensuring that malicious individuals cannot hack or tamper with your server using the old IP address that you are currently protected with.
Create a new Proxy or Tunnel
πŸ–±οΈ With just a few clicks and entries, you can set up an anycast reverse Proxy or anycast GRE Tunnel. πŸ”§ No Extra Tools Needed: With the Proxy option, you only need to whitelist our IPs that will connect to your server moving forward. πŸ˜‰ For Windows Server: If you opt for Lectron Tunnel, we have a neat little script ready for you. Just run it, and your Windows Server will be all set and ready for action. πŸš€
Tweak your app's config
πŸ”§ Let’s get your app or game server speaking the right language! This step is all about directing the public to Lectron’s IP address, rather than the one you’re looking to keep secret. Kinda like giving them the address to the superhero's headquarters instead of their secret identity’s home. 🦸
Test & Publish
πŸ–₯️ Open Windows Resource Monitor (Windows users) or iftop (Linux users) to peek at the network activity. πŸ” Focus on your app. Make sure it's connecting to Lectron’s IP. πŸŽ‰ If it’s all good, you’re set! Let's announce your live app to the world using Lectron's address and we will keep it safe and sound!
Viet York, founder

Our Story

Hi, I’m Viet York and I love helping people protect themselves on the internet.

In 2012, I established one of the earliest and most popular Minecraft servers worldwide, known as Waffle Minecraft. At its peak, the server hosted nearly 1,000 players simultaneously within a single world. I was 20 years old at the time, and my close friend Andrew, only 15. Our innovative Economy Roleplaying Minecraft Survival Multiplayer Server was even featured in Andrew’s high school newspaper in the early day of Minecraft. Little did we know, we had created an early prototype of today’s “metaverse.”

However, our success attracted unwanted attention. We faced multiple blackmail attempts from adversaries seeking to disrupt our community through Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attacks. I spent tens of thousands of dollars on protection measures, but it wasn’t until I developed my own solution that we gained effective defense.

Fast forward to the present day, and I’ve spoken with numerous game server owners, streamers, and metaverse builders. I’ve discovered that DDoS attacks remain a persistent problem, now on an even larger scale. This realization has fueled my passion for creating an affordable, efficient, and accessible solution for safeguarding multiplayer game servers, metaverse platforms, and real-time applications. With Lectron, our customers can enjoy the peace of mind that comes with a powerful, intuitive, and reliable online guard.

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