Projects / PacketDam


PacketDam is a cost-effective software solution against DDoS. It runs on off-the-shelf hardware and fits any budget or deployment scenario. If you are an Internet service provider or a content distribution network, if you offer hosting services, or if you are an academic institution, PacketDam may be just what you need to keep unwanted traffic outside your network.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  02 Nov 2011 23:15

    Release Notes: A bug that prevented the demo FreeBSD build from setting filters on some systems was fixed.

    •  27 Sep 2011 12:13

      Release Notes: The filtering engine has been rewritten and now supports multiple FIBs. The XML-RPC API has been refactored (and simplified) to reflect the filtering engine changes. Selective BGP blackholing is now imediately available by mapping DSCP values to FIB indexes and tying PacketDam to FIB-aware routing daemons (such as BIRD). jemalloc is now the default allocator on all platforms, increasing speed and lowering the memory footprint.

      •  08 Jun 2011 10:00

        Release Notes: sFlow v5 is now officially supported.

        •  28 Mar 2011 09:31

          Release Notes: IPv6 support has been added. The XML-RPC API has been changed accordingly.

          •  27 Nov 2010 13:33

            Release Notes: Linux is now a supported platform.


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