WAFEC 2.0 and Why WAFs Fail?

Submitted by Ofer Shezaf on 23 February 2011 - 10:41pm
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While securing web applications is a well understood need, and while WAFs have clear advantages over code review and testing such as immediate mitigation and higher automation, the WAF market is still a small market.

The attached presentation discusses this phenomenon, offers some explanations to and presented WAFEC, a project that tries to solve the issue.

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