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Web Applicatin Firewall (WAF)

Manage Website Traffic – Protect from Hack, Malware and DDOS Attack

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Price including GST

waf 10gb

RM 120

RM 40




waf 40gb

RM 280
RM 130




waf 100gb

RM 310




Web Application Firewall is a tool used to protect web applications from attacks. It’s deployed in front of a web application (or a webserver) and intercepts the traffic between the clients and the applications in order to

  • Prevent unwanted user input to reach the application.
  • Prevent unwanted content to be leaked by the application.
  • Monitor the application traffic flow.
  • Log transaction data.

WAF intercepts and monitors all incoming and outgoing application-layer traffic (OSI-layer 7).

A WAF operates by using two main models:

  1. A blacklist or negative model that denies what is known to be bad: 
    For basic protection, similar with an IPS but with a greater level of application intelligence, a WAF can use generic signatures for preventing well known attacks and specific signatures for attacks exploiting a particular web application’s vulnerabilities. A simple example: deny a certain malicious HTTP GET request and permit everything else.
  2. A whitelist or positive model that permits only what is known to be good:
    For advanced protection, in addition to the signatures, another type of logic is used: rules that define what is explicitly allowed. A simple example: allow just HTTP GET requests for a specific URL and deny everything else.

Benefits of Using Web Application Firewall / WAF

  • Preventing technical application attacks (e.g.:- XSS, SQL Injection etc.)
  • Prevent data leakage
  • Compliance with PCI DSS 6.6
  • Business logic attacks: Preventing flaws in the logic of a business application that abuses its functionality
  • Virtual Patching: fix the security vulnerabilities in your web applications without touching the application.
  • Web application hardening: reduce the attack surface.
  • Monitoring your web application and detecting when attack occur