@MoonBaZe I’m getting ready to setup my Pillar with your sentrify service. I want to make sure I understand the benefit. Can you confirm the benefit is the Pillar only communicates with trusted public nodes that the user operates? Today my pillar runs behind a hardware firewall and no inbound communications are allowed. So today I have DDOS protection. But I am peering with all the public nodes, which is an attack vector.
So is the benefit being able to peer with only trusted nodes? The public nodes used by the Pillar could still be DDOS attacked, and attacking them could take down the Pillar.
It seems like we are exposed to a DDOS attack, but we peer with trusted nodes. Is that accurate?