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Free Web Application Firewall

Free Web Application Firewall

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The FreeWAF provides specialized, layered application threat protection. It protects your web-based applications and internet-facing data from attack and data loss. Using advanced techniques to provide bidirectional protection against sophisticated threats like SQL injection and cross-site scripting, it helps you prevent identity theft, financial fraud and corporate espionage.

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Features

  • A Proxy based multi-layer defense model, including attack detection and prevention, for example SQL injection、XSS attack prevention and web tamper etc.
  • The flexible deployment.
  • Support log and report system.
  • Activity monitoring with full visibility into web application usage.
  • With web accelerator(Currently only support caching).
  • Support Performance and visit the site assessment.
  • Future, The FreeWAF team will gradually improve and increase the function, such as: load balance, safety assessment, virus scan, main-main redundancy (HA) etc.

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Languages

Chinese (Simplified)

Intended Audience

Security

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

C

Registered

2012-11-14

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