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March 2008

Comparative Product Review: Six Web Application Firewalls

No longer can security managers focus only on perimeter and host security. The application has become the prime target for hackers. We review six leading Web application firewalls that help deliver your critical apps securely. Consider how much information gets plugged into databases through applications and then regurgitated in queries, reports and content. We live in a world of HTTP and HTTPS, where everything has been ported to Web-based interfaces and consoles. Traditional network firewalls operating lower on the stack have no way of identifying malicious requests traversing TCP ports 80 and 443 to online shopping sites, Web mail or business portals such as online banking and account services. Add PCI-DSS requirements for application security, and it's easy to see why Web application firewalls, once considered niche technology, are gaining traction in corporate data centers. They prevent attacks that network firewalls, IDS/IPS and antivirus filters cannot by limiting suspect access through combinations of behavioral analysis...

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  • Comparative Product Review: Six Web Application Firewalls

    No longer can security managers focus only on perimeter and host security. The application has become the prime target for hackers. We review six leading Web application firewalls from Barracuda, Bee Ware, Breach Security, Citrix, F5 and Imperva that help deliver your critical apps securely.

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