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Subject: Published Benchmarks and DDOS
From: Dor Tzur <dort...@gmail.com>
To: nowjs <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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First of all, I would like to mention that i really like this
framework and i think you guys are doing an amazing job. I got into
Node just recently after reading an article about your framework.
I have 2 questions.
A. Are their any published benchmarks of now that i can use to show
the guys upstairs?
B. I'm new to Node and i would like to know 2 things:
1. What is the best way to make sure that only authenticated users can
send messages through now, should i prevent unauthenticated users from
accessing the now.js / socket.io client files or is there a better
2. Can you please tell me how can i prevent DDOS attacks on the now
framework, or if there's a built-in mechanism in Node which i can use
that would also apply to now messages?