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Edgecast customers utilizing our web application firewall (WAF) will have access to/can be protected from CVE-2022-26134 out of the box.
Edgecast is aware of the latest CVE-2022-22965 (also known as “Spring4Shell”) and CVE-2022-22963. Our review demonstrates the below generic Remote Code Execution (RCE) rules in our Managed WAF Rules Edgecast Rule Set (ECRS).
Edgecast has been actively monitoring the developing situation in Ukraine in addition to global threat alerts [...]
The Security Team at Edgecast has been continually monitoring the developments surrounding the log4j zero-day vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228). We have been working closely with our customers to assess and mitigate risks.
We’re pleased to introduce two new features to our WAF solution: Security Application Manager (SAM) and Security Rules Manager (SRM).
As more application development teams integrate security into their workflows, they’re looking at the impact of security on their application—from an application pipeline, workflow and performance perspective.
Explore the security-related causes of application performance degradation, how the edge can alleviate them and how one customer realized a 9% performance gain.
In this blog, we’ll focus on how businesses can identify and eliminate false positives and build a customized solution for their web application without incurring any additional support costs.
The Verizon 2021 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) analyzes more than 70,000 data breach incidents from 88 countries and uses the aggregate analysis to inform teams about security risks that are not just “possible, but probable.”
Here are five security questions that will improve awareness of your application security needs and reduce the risk of a web application security event impacting your business.