I humbly assume that DDoS is very unlikely to happen to my website.
A CDN that should protect from it slows my website according to my personal experience and tests (perhaps only because of the strange demand to have all webpages redirected to
www. versions when the CDN is active, perhaps not only because of that) and it's also in beta version (supplied by my hosting provider itself) so I might just want to disable it.
Given that my hosting is shared hosting, would the very fact that the hosting is "shared" and the hoster must protect the environment shared by me and other customers actually redeems me from the need of a CDN to protect from DDoS attacks?