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Assuming the remote is actually decompressing, and the origin isn't dynamically compressing for each request.



Even if the remote is decompressing it doesn't matter a botnet owner or some one who compromised a few AWS accounts doesn't care it won't really slow them down. CPU's are pretty fast at compression and when a site is easily 3-4 times the size when not served compressed you are going to hit your network cap limit faster than exhausting the CPU even with dynamic compression and no caching under most circumstances.




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