Web Application Firewall

A web application firewall (WAF) is a type of firewall that protects web applications and APIs by filtering, monitoring and blocking malicious web traffic and application-layer attacks — such as DDoS, SQL injection, cookie manipulation, cross-site scripting (XSS), cross-site forgery and file inclusion.

Used In

Filtering Web Traffic
Create rules to filter web requests based on conditions such as IP addresses, HTTP headers and body, or custom URLs.
Preventing Account Takeover Fraud
Monitor your application’s login page for unauthorized access to user accounts using compromised credentials.
Administrating WAF with APIs
Create and maintain rules automatically and incorporate them into the development and design process.
BOT Protection
Web application bot protection involves implementing measures to defend web applications against malicious bot activities. Bots, or automated scripts, can be used for various purposes, including web scraping, account takeovers, denial-of-service attacks, and other malicious activities.
DDOS Protection
(DDoS) attack on a web application is a malicious attempt to disrupt the normal functioning of the application by overwhelming it with a flood of traffic. In a DDoS attack, multiple compromised computers (often part of a botnet) are used to send a massive volume of requests to a targeted web application or server
OWASP Top 10 Protection
A Web Application Firewall (WAF) plays a crucial role in protecting web applications from a variety of attacks, including those outlined in the OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project) Top 10 list. The OWASP Top 10 represents a list of the most critical security risks to web applications.
Client Side Protection
A Web Application Firewall (WAF) is a security solution designed to protect web applications from a variety of online threats and attacks. It acts as a barrier between a web application and the internet, monitoring, filtering, and blocking malicious traffic. WAFs are specifically designed to address vulnerabilities and security risks associated with web applications.
Zero Trust Security
Web Application Firewalls (WAFs) and Zero Trust security are complementary concepts that address different aspects of cybersecurity. While a WAF focuses on protecting web applications from various attacks and vulnerabilities, Zero Trust is a broader security framework that challenges the traditional security model based on implicit trust

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