Exploring the LogViewer in ServerDefender VP

Posted: November 15th, 2014

Security You Can See For the least few years, we have been developing ServerDefender VP, an advanced Web application firewall for IIS. One of the features that has been evolving along with ServerDefender VP is the LogViewer. This is the hub of the WAF where users can interact with and monitor malicious traffic hitting their site. Since there […]

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The Most Comprehensive Web Application Vulnerability Scanner Benchmark Out There

Posted: March 6th, 2014

Many of customers come to us asking how they can test their web applications for vulnerabilities. For an automated approach, there a numerous web application vulnerability scanners  out there that can help detect vulnerabilities. With so many options, picking the appropriate scanner can be a little bit tricky. Which is most accurate? Which is the […]

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Privilege Escalation Vulnerabilities Headline Modest January Security Bulletin

Posted: January 15th, 2014

Microsoft is kicking off 2014 with a modest security bulletin, which includes several vulnerabilities for Windows XP and Windows Server 2003. Luckily, none of this week’s batch contain any critical vulnerabilities. We are graced with ‘Important’-level vulnerabilities across the board. Nevertheless, as with any security update, we recommend downloading and applying as soon as possible. […]

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3 Web Security Videos that Will Make You Sleep with the Lights On

Posted: October 30th, 2013

From the perspective of a business owner, the web can be a terrifying place, ripe with threats. We’ve compiled a list of our favorite web security videos that will make you want to disconnect from the internet and hide.

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5 Thoughts to Improve Your Infosec Maturity

Posted: January 8th, 2013

From our partners at Net-Square The year that was 2012 has ended, and it is time to start thinking about challenges that the New Year shall bring. As defenses get stronger, so do attacks. 2013 shall be the year of hybrid attacks – targeting man and machine together. The greatest challenge for 2013 shall lie in […]

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To “Open Source” or “Not to Open Source”

Posted: July 17th, 2012

In the IT World, the strategy “To Open Source or Not to Open Source” is a perennial debate. While traveling last year, I came across many large Global Financial Institutions who are adopting Open Source as a strategy to implement all future solutions. Adoption of Open Source technology is a good strategy, especially in the […]

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2011 Web Security Statistics and How to Avoid Being a Victim in 2012

Posted: February 27th, 2012

  The More We Know, The Better We Can Prepare The landscape of web security is constantly changing with hacking attacks growing more prevalent and diverse.Our job is to constantly be evaluating that ever-changing landscape so we can stay one step ahead and be prepared in the event of an attack.Here are some resources from […]

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You Can’t Catch What You Can’t See

Posted: July 20th, 2009

The importance of Web application firewalls The front of your website can appear as calm as a lake surface, but underneath do you really know what kind of trouble is brewing? While your website is online it is being subjected to traffic; tons of traffic for some of you lucky ones, some legitimate, some suspect. […]

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Have you been XSSed?

Posted: April 20th, 2009

In his recent article on XSS vulnerabilities, Brian Krebs of the Washington Post reports that last year thousands of Web sites were cited for harboring security flaws that could be used to attack others online. “At issue are sites that harbor so-called cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities, which occur when Web sites accept input from a […]

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