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Web Application Firewall

A complete and powerful protective umbrella over your app

(Web Application Firewall), is a security system that protects the application layer against malicious attacks and intrusions, including malicious code injection attacks such as SQL Injection and XSS (Cross-Site Scripting).

What is Waf?

A web application firewall (WAF) protects web applications by monitoring HTTP traffic between a web application and the Internet. WAF usually protects web applications against attacks such as cross-site spoofing, cross-site scripting, XSS, file inclusion and SQL injection, etc.

WAF is a protocol layer 7 defense (in the OSI model) and typically organizations store much of their sensitive data in a back-end database that can be accessed by web applications. Also, companies use mobile applications and the Internet a lot to facilitate their business interactions. Most of their online transactions happen at the application layer. According to the OSI model, network layer seven is the layer that the user can see and interact with the application.

Waf Fatures

Web Application Firewall (WAF)

WAF is a type of Application Level Firewall (ALF for short); But its distinguishing feature is that, unlike a normal firewall, it does not work at the network and protocol level; Rather, it parses, filters, and blocks HTTP data directly at the application level. WAF prevents the following attacks at the application level.

SQL Injection (SQLi)

SQL Injection is a type of security attack in which attackers enter malicious SQL commands into input forms or website parameters to gain unauthorized access to a database and perform malicious operations, including deleting, altering, or stealing data.

Cross Site Scripting (XSS)

Cross Site Scripting (XSS) is a type of security attack in which attackers send malicious scripts to websites or web applications. These scripts run in the user's browser and can steal user information, fake it, or perform other attacks.

Local File Inclusion (LFI)

Local File Inclusion (LFI) is a type of security attack where attackers exploiting a vulnerability in web applications are able to request and include local files from the target server, which can lead to malicious code execution or unauthorized access to local information. .

Cross-Site Request Forgery(CSRF)

CSRF or Cross-Site Request Forgery is a type of web security attack in which attackers trick users into sending unsolicited requests through their browsers to perform operations that may change the state or sensitive information on the site.

Remote File Inclusion (RFI)

Remote File Inclusion (RFI) is a type of web security attack in which, by exploiting a vulnerability in web applications, attackers are able to request and insert external files from other sources (such as script files) into the target server, which may lead to to execute malicious code or gain unauthorized access to information.

Command Injection

Command Injection is a type of security attack in which attackers inject malicious operating system commands into programs to allow them to execute malicious system commands, which can lead to unauthorized system access or server state changes.

Rules Update

Automatic updating of waf rules and the possibility of customizing and adding rules in order to increase and strengthen the detection of web application firewall attacks, as well as the possibility of requesting customization and updating in order to prevent new attacks and other features requested by you

OWASP TOP 10

The OWASP Top 10 is a list of the ten most common security vulnerabilities in web applications, compiled by OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project). This list is used as an authoritative guide to identify and prevent security attacks in web applications. These vulnerabilities include attacks such as in-page script attacks (XSS), SQL Injection attacks, Insecure Authentication, etc.

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Why Choose us?

Pervent Web Attack

Attacks based on layer 7 of the OSI model, including GET/POST floods, DNS flood or NTP flood, are identified and repelled.

Log Rotate

In case of an attack on the application and identified by VOF, all information of the attacker will be stored in the log server and displayed for the admin.

Professional Rules

Roles play an important role in setting and enforcing security policies. Rules are a set of rules or patterns that determine what types of traffic are allowed and what types of traffic are blocked or blocked.

Owasp Owasp Top 10

Prevent web attacks according to the latest Owasp standard.

Hardening

Maba's operational team of strengthening security features or hardening helps you to set up special security standards and protocols.

Agility

In product development, implementation of application architecture and solutions required by your business, our operations team. Your advisor and companion to be more agile.



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