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10 Best Free Firewall Software – 2023

In this article, we have done a depth analysis and listed your top 10 best Free Firewall software that provided extended security to protect your system from bad actors. Generally, every computer is connected to the internet and is susceptible to being the victim of a hacker or an unwanted attack. The whole procedure, which is used […]

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New Technique Discovered To Bypass Web Application Firewalls (WAF) Of Several Vendors

Experts from Industrial and IoT cybersecurity company Claroty developed a generic method for bypassing the web application firewalls (WAF) of a variety of leading manufacturers. Following a study of the wireless device management platform from Cambium Networks, Claroty’s researchers identified the technique. They found a SQL injection flaw that might allow unauthorized access to private data such […]

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How Can WAF Prevent OWASP Top 10?

The OWASP Top 10 security risks point out the common vulnerabilities seen in web applications. But it does not list the set of attack vectors that WAFs (Web Application Firewalls) can simply block. This is but a myth often propagated by many a security vendor. OWASP Top 10 protection is the joint responsibility of the […]

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What is a Personal Firewall?

What is a Firewall? A Firewall is the controller of incoming and outgoing traffic between your computer and internet network. Who should use a Firewall, and for what? Those wanting to prevent unauthorized remote access. Those looking to block immoral content (such as adult sites). Online gamers – at a high risk for getting hacked […]

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DevOps didn’t kill WAF, because WAF will never truly die

You can only get rid of WAF if you fully implement security into your development process and audit the process via code reviews and annual tests. But DevSecOps can’t be realistically implemented for all web apps in the enterprise environment, so WAF will stick around because it still has a job to do. The WAF is not […]

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Next-Gen WAF protection for recent Microsoft Exchange vulnerabilities

We strongly suggest that customers using Signal Sciences Next-Gen WAF in front of their Microsoft Exchange servers enable this rule as soon as possible and configure it to block requests if the signal is observed. Additionally, follow all guidance from Microsoft to patch affected systems. The vulnerabilities in question are actively being exploited globally and have severe […]

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SonicWall Zero-Day

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Web application firewalls bypasses collection and testing tools

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Top 5 excellent Antivirus Protection of 2017

Excellence is achievable but perfection is not. Find an excellent anti-virus product based on your requirements.   Malware are evolving faster than ever, so it’s encourging to discover that the latest generation of antivirus (AV) are better equipped to handle this evolving pace of change. Information security best practice recommends that every PC should run […]

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Palo Alto Networks takes Firewalls to next Level

Ashlee Vance, Bloomberg Businessweek For the past 15 years or so, security pros have relied on the trusty firewall and other hardware to keep bad guys from running amok on corporate networks. For the most part, this has meant blocking tainted e-mails and keeping workers away from harmful websites. The latest wave of Web services, […]

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Is the next generation Firewall in your Future?

Download a Free copy of “Next-Generation Firewalls for Dummies” ebook to find out why traditional firewalls can’t protect your network | Checkout the sample chapter online By Ellen Messmer The traditional port-based enterprise firewall, now looking less like a guard and more like a pit stop for Internet applications racing in through the often open […]

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