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Cloud WAF Features

WAF Features The Prophaze Cloud WAF identifies and removes suspicious activity for HTTP GET and POST requests. Secure web application without changing your existing infrastructure or sacrificing performance. WAF  Protection receives about million requests every second, and the WAF constantly recognizes and blocks new possible threats. WAF’s rule sets result in latency of less than [...]

WordPress Firewall Security

Wordpress Firewall SecurityWordPress Security using AI powered Next Generation WAF How WAF Works ? Prophaze EagleEye is an Enterprise Grade Wordpress Web Application Firewall. Its sits in between your Visitors and your Existing Hosting or Dedicated server as depicted in the picture. What is a Wordpress Firewall Security? Wordpress security is a major aspect for [...]

WordPress Web Application Firewall

Wordpress FirewallWordPress Security using AI powered Next Generation WAF How Wordpress WAF Works ? Prophaze EagleEye is an Enterprise Grade Wordpress Web Application Firewall. Its sits in between your Visitors and your Existing Hosting or Dedicated server as depicted in the picture. What is a Wordpress Web Application Firewall? Prophaze EagleEye Monitors all the incoming [...]

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Benefits Free website protection Blocks malicious bots and Top 10 OWASP threats Fully automated firewall, zero configuration, zero rules to maintain Protection from Protection from vulnerabilities in your hosting platform and 3rd party plugins Simple WordPress plugin installation Use cases Website protection for small business, online services, developers, and freelancers Protection for low traffic websites [...]

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How to Diffuse DDos Attacks?  A DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack is a targeted attack towards a web service inorder to disrupt or slow down the same, which affects the users to do normal operation in a web application or mobile application. DDoS Mitigation Anti Botnet Mitigation IP Reputation Why is TLS still important? [...]