Web Application Firewall

Combine machine learning, threat intelligence, and application-layer encryption to provide reinforced protection

WAF Web Application Firewall
WAF Web Application Firewall

Secures Core Business Data and Prevents Server Malfunctions

Secures Core Business Data and Prevents Server Malfunctions

  • Proactively defend your applications against automated attacks by bot and other attack tools. This prevents layer 7 DoS attacks, web scraping, and brute-force attacks. Proactive bot defense helps identify and mitigate attacks before they cause damage to the site.
  • Protect sensitive information from interception by encrypting data while it’s still in the browser. DataSafe encrypts data at the application layer to protect against malware and keyloggers. This renders leaked credentials or data useless.
  • Behavioral DoS provides automatic protection against DDoS attacks by analyzing traffic behavior using machine learning and data analysis. By continuously monitoring server health and load, anomalies (performance slowdowns or traffic spikes) can be accurately detected and mitigated as needed.
  • Available as a purpose-built appliance, a cloud-ready virtual appliance, or part of the Simcentric Security service.

Application Scenarios

how WAF Web Application Firewall prevents web page tampering
Web Page Tampering
Attackers leave backdoors on website servers or tamper with web page content, leaving your site defaced and potentially causing you losses
Website Malicious Code Detection
Detects malicious codes injected into the website server, helping ensure a safe visit to the site
Protection Against Web Page Tampering
Prevents attackers from tampering with or changing web page content, or publishing indecent information that can damage the organization’s reputation
how WAF Web Application Firewall protects against CC attracks
CC Attacks
If a large number of malicious CC attacks are initiated, core resources are occupied for an extended period of time, causing slow website response or service interruption
Against Zombie-based CC Attacks
Allows you to flexibly set rate limiting policies by IP address or cookie, provides highly precise CC attack detection, and ensures that services remain uninterrupted
Configures response actions and content of returned pages to suit your particular needs
WAF Web Application Firewall provides 360 degree protection
0-Day Vulnerabilities
WAF provides 360-degree protection using virtual patches against attacks that may exploit 0-day vulnerabilities in third-party frameworks or plug-ins
Swift Response
No code change or server patch. All rules are updated regularly in WAF Cloud to protect against new threat
Lower Cost
The virtual patches produce lower cost and less impact on services than the traditional patches
WAF Web Application Firewall prevents data leakage
Data Leakage
Malicious visitors use such methods as SQL injection and webshells to intrude on website databases and steal service data or other sensitive information
Precise Identification
Uses machine learning, threat intelligence and deep application expertise to examine traffic from different dimensions for added precision in thwarting attackers
Multi-dimensional Protection
Encrypts data at the app layer to protect against data-extracting malware and man-in-the-browser attacks. Protects against brute-force attacks that use stolen credentials

Frequently Asked Questions About WAF Web Application Firewall

01. What is a WAF (Web Application Firewall)?

A WAF Web Application Firewall is a security solution designed to protect web applications from various types of attacks, including SQL injection, cross-site scripting (XSS), and other common web exploits.

02. How does a WAF (Web Application Firewall work)?

A WAF (Web Application Firewall) works by intercepting and analyzing incoming web traffic to identify and block malicious requests. It uses a set of predefined rules or policies to determine which requests should be allowed and which should be blocked.

03. What are the benefits of using a WAF (Web Application Firewall work)?

A WAF (Web Application Firewall) improves web application security, reduces the risk of data breaches, and helps with industry compliance by safeguarding against web-based attacks and vulnerabilities.

04. What types of attacks can a WAF security firewall protect against?

A WAF security firewall can protect against a wide range of attacks, including SQL injection, cross-site scripting (XSS), cross-site request forgery (CSRF), and many others.

05. How do I choose the right WAF for my needs?

When selecting a WAF security firewall, it is important to consider factors such as the types of applications that require protection, your budget, and desired level of support and customization.