WAF stands for Web Application Layer Firewall. WAF is a application layer firewall that is meant to secure the back end web server by monitoring every HTTP request and response to and from the server.

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Security implications of WAF revealing internal IP addresses

What are the security implications of a web app firewall/load balancer revealing internal IPs of the web sites behind it to the outside world? A specific example is with F5 products: They use a ...
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WebDAV automatically attempting to connect remotely because of DFS namespace?

I recently bought and Installed a WAF (after much begging). I have a DFS namespace called \\mycompany.com\ which is based on my Active Directory domain name mycompany.com. My website domain is ...
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Reverse Proxy + WAF

AS part of network design, I am implementing a HTTP Reverse proxy as well as a WAF. The HTTP Proxy, I am thinking about terminating SSL, on either the outer firewall - so the WAF can insect the layer ...
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Compatibility issue if two wordpress security plugins are used together

My Wordpress installation uses sukuri as well as wordfence for security. Is there any possibilty that using both of them together might create any compatibility issues? I have this doubt because ...
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NetScaler config rule sample for cross site scripting attacks

I am trying to create rules to block requests to pages where XSS vulnerabilities have been detected. Lets say the /contact_us page is vulnerable to XSS, how can I block traffic trying to reach that ...