How you can use Gladius:
You got it, we need it!
You have bandwidth, lots of it, sitting Idle and not doing anything all day while you’re away. Gladius allows you to turn that unused bandwidth into a powerful tool for pool managers to utilize and help build their CDN and DDoS networks. Guess what? You get paid to do it.Learn more
Like writing code?
We thought so. That’s why you clicked here. Fully open sourced and available on Github. We also have developer channels you can participate in.Find out more
Get the facts
Learn the basics. Then, perhaps, a deeper dive. We have some core resources for you to learn more about how Blockchain works and why Gladius is using it.Learn about blockchain
Run your own CDN and DDoS mitigation network
We made Gladius for you. If you want to help protect your clients and improve their web application performance, we can help. You are in control of every aspect and we can help you build your solution.Contact us
How it works
Ethereum is a decentralized platform that runs smart contracts: applications that run as programmed without downtime, censorship, fraud, or third-party interference.Learn more
Gladius utilizes the power of decentralization and open source software to mitigate DDoS attacks.Learn more
Gladius content nodes can live anywhere. Our software self-heals if a node goes down. Content requests are automatically directed to the closest hosts.Learn more
Earn Gladius tokens by contributing bandwidth to Gladius Protection Pools.Learn more
Key Product Features
Decentralized protection nodes keep your site and applications up all the time.
- DDoS mitigation with no central point of failure
- Fully encrypted network traffic
- Fully customizable firewall rules
The Gladius Peer-to-Peer network creates a fault-tolerant, lightning-fast content distribution platform
- Geographically close content delivery
- Predictive browser page caching
- Edge-based static content caching
Blockchain-powered identification enables massive network scalability and maneuverability.
- Protection pools can support thousands of edge nodes
- Find the perfect protection pool to match your site’s traffic needs
- Chain together multiple protection pools to enable spillover protection
In the media
Gladius kills two birds with one stone by utilizing unused resources to build a robust network to make websites load faster and yet still stay strong under network flooding attacks.New Blockchain Platforms Emerge To Fight Cybercrime & Secure The Future
By leveraging the blockchain, Gladius eliminates the middle man between bandwidth providers and those needing it.Could Blockchain Technology End DDoS Attacks?
[Gladius] claims to have figured out a way to put an end to distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, which have plagued websites for decades.Gladius’ young leaders stop denial of service attacks with decentralized blockchain network
Media Alert - 2/20/2019
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Gladius Network, LLC.
Gladius has been focused on regulatory compliance since its founding. Over the course of 2018, Gladius chose to eliminate the regulatory risk it faced as a result of its 2017 Initial Coin Offering (ICO). Accordingly, the company approached the SEC in the summer of 2018 and self-reported its concerns.
Two weeks ago, Gladius became the first Blockchain company to self-report and enter into an Order with the SEC to register its token as a security. And, on the basis of its collaboration with the SEC and in contrast to other ICO-related SEC settlements, Gladius is paying no monetary penalties. The text of Gladius’s Order of Settlement with the SEC, which spells out the terms of the agreement and Gladius’s obligations and rights pursuant to that agreement, can be found here.
This agreement allows Gladius to focus on its product, which leverages the power of blockchain technology to stop distributed denial of service attacks.
This agreement provides a path that other blockchain-based companies can follow. This move also serves to validate and legitimize the blockchain industry as it moves to mainstream adoption within a regulated framework.
WHENThis product is currently expected to be made available for enterprise use this year.