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Author: Alfred Chung

Signal Sciences for Azure App Services

We are excited to announce today that Signal Sciences can now be deployed on Azure App Services with an easy-to-use Azure site extension.  Already available for all customers, the Signal Sciences Azure site extension makes adding next-generation WAF protection to…

Preventing Server Side Request Forgery (SSRF)

Reflecting on the use of SSRF in the Capital One Breach One of the most notable breaches of 2019 was the Capital One breach, where the attacker used a Server Side Request Forgery (SSRF). It was notable not only because…

Application Layer Protection for Istio Service Mesh

Today, Signal Sciences announced another industry-first: the launch of our next-gen WAF integration with Istio service mesh. As development teams move from monolithic to distributed, microservices-based application architectures, managing the security and traceability of the network connections between services in…

Protecting WebSocket Protocol Apps and APIs with Signal Sciences

The 4.2 release of the Signal Sciences agent introduces WebSocket traffic inspection, enabling customers to extend the coverage of applications, APIs, and microservices protected by Signal Sciences next-gen WAF to apps and services that utilize the WebSockets protocol. Rarely found…

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