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Web Application Firewall Solution - your recommendation
Posted by: orwell
Date: September 30, 2009 02:01AM

Hello,

Not sure, which one of the forum list to post my message - hope I'm in the right place to post it.
One of my project at the university is to write a research about Web Application Firewall solutions from different aspects.
I would like to hear from your experience a review about the following firewalls:
(If you have any more to suggest please do - willing to pay for the review)
1. http://www.Deny-all.com
2. http://www.Imperva.com
3. http://www.ModSecurity.org
4. http://www.dotDefender.com
5. http://www.BarracudaNetworks.com
6. http://www.Phion.com
7. http://www.Radware.com
8. http://www.Armorlogic.com
9. http://www.Binarysec.com
10.http://www.Port80Software.com
11.http://www.Eeye.com
12.http://www.F5.com

There are a different perspective to choose a web application firewall - it depends on your network structure.
My approach is to analyze the different solution from this link:
http://www.webappsec.org/projects/wafec/v1/wasc-wafec-v1.0.html

Which split it into a few categories:
Section 1 - Deployment Architecture
Section 2 - HTTP and HTML Support
Section 3 - Detection Techniques
Section 4 - Protection Techniques
Section 5 - Logging
Section 6 - Reporting
Section 7 - Management
Section 8 - Performance
Section 9 - XML

Would like to hear your opinion.
Thanks,
Orwell

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Re: Web Application Firewall Solution - your recommendation
Posted by: Gareth Heyes
Date: September 30, 2009 05:05AM

I removed the duplicate thread from jobs as it wasn't relevant

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