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What Is WAF?
Introduction to WAF
Web Application Firewall
Web Application Firewall (WAF) is designed to keep web applications stable and secure. It examines all HTTP and HTTPS requests to detect and block attacks such as SQL injection, XSS, webshell, command and code injection, file inclusion, sensitive file access, third-party vulnerability exploits, CC attacks, malicious crawlers, and cross-site request forgery (CSRF).
Web Attack Defense
With preset powerful reputation databases, WAF defends against OWASP Top 10 threats, and detects and blocks malicious scanners, IP addresses, and webshells.
CC Attack Defense
Limits rate over interfaces and uses man-machine identification, mitigating impact of CC attacks (such as HTTP flood).
Rapid fault handling
Which OSs Does WAF Support?
How Do I Set to Allow Website Traffic Pass Through WAF?
Which Non-Standard Ports Does WAF Support?
How Do I Safely Delete a Protected Domain Name?
How Do I Test WAF?
What Should I Do If the DNS Status Is Abnormal?
How Do I Handle False Alarms on WAF?
How Do I Modify a Certificate?