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Richard TouretMar 20, 2007 4:40 pm 
Gabor KovesdanMar 20, 2007 6:38 pm 
Subject:www/110588: BinarySEC secures web applications and sites on FreeBSD
From:Richard Touret (rt@binarysec.com)
Date:Mar 20, 2007 4:40:12 pm
List:org.freebsd.freebsd-www

Number: 110588 Category: www Synopsis: BinarySEC secures web applications and sites on FreeBSD Confidential: no Severity: non-critical Priority: low Responsible: freebsd-www State: open Quarter: Keywords: Date-Required: Class: sw-bug Submitter-Id: current-users Arrival-Date: Tue Mar 20 16:40:04 GMT 2007 Closed-Date: Last-Modified: Originator: Richard Touret Release: 5.0 Organization: BinarySEC Environment: Description:

BinarySEC is an intelligent web application firewall. It runs on FreeBSD Apache
as a module either on x86_32bit or x86_64bit architectures. Its artificial
intelligence engine learns normal traffic received on a website or any web
application (provided it uses Apache) and is then able to stop suspicious HTTP
requests. It has two modes : alert (suspicious traffic is just reported, not
stopped) and blocking mode. The webmaster (or the admin) has the ability to make
the AI engine learn normal traffic so that these requests' profiles generate no
more false positives. After a few days, no more false alerts will appear, only
suspicious traffic will have been blocked. BinarySEC is a relevant tool to
harden a web application. A free trial is available on our website. It installs in a few minutes :
http://www.binarysec.com/page-eng-freetrial.html?

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