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Web Application Firewall

A web application firewall is a tool that stops website servers and web application from threats and malware by providing a layer of control between applications and end users. The web application firewall works as a flexible obstacle that monitors all application access, inspecting both out-bound and in-bound traffic. It is mainly designed to lessen hits without blocking legal users and without slowing down application work.

A WAF differs from an old network firewall in its capability to inspect data at a high level – for instance, by validating from field input or saving application cookies. A network firewall and a website application firewall are commonly deployed combine and give complementary levels of security.
Better Security With a Web Application Firewall Your customers, employees and partners all expect secure, instant and reliable access to top content and web applications on any gadget. But as the volume of applications and content continues to grow fast, quickly emerging we…

Network Layer DDoS Attack

If your site is a store, DDoS is like a sending in a mob that does not let your users gets in. Guess tens of thousands of fake shoppers destroying your precious resources, all at once.

DDoS has emerged as a big issue for businesses across the globe. Competitors or hackers use this hit to focus critical website resources with awe-inspiring traffic, which ultimately makes the server un-accessible to fulfill real requests.

Take a look at some new findings that give a glimpse into lethality of a DDoS attack
86% of the attacked firms were target more than once20% of such attacks last for days and even monthsDDoS attacks cost banks up to $200,000 per hour No issue what business you are in, keeping a business application running and up is very important to your brands reputation, and hackers want to hit this weak spot with DDoS attacks. The irregularity of these attacks makes it hard to get ready for them, which additional help criminals to take action.

What is Network Layer DDoS Attack?
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