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Radware Cloud WAF for Splunk

Continuous Delivery Without Continued Vulnerability with Radware's Cloud WAF service

Web application development is becoming more complex, rapid and more vulnerable than ever before. The Radware Cloud WAF Service provides the industry’s best web application security by using a positive security model based on machine-learning technologies to provide comprehensive protection coverage against OWASP Top 10 threats and other vulnerabilities. Radware’s Cloud WAF Service provides dynamic security policies with automatic false-positive correction, built-in DDoS protection, integrated bot mitigation and many other features to help protect organizations against the risk of data loss.
Radware uses advanced machine-learning algorithms that analyze traffic, learn what constitutes legitimate behavior and automatically block malicious activity

Release Notes

Version 1.6
May 9, 2019

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Version 1.5
May 3, 2019

Version 1.4
April 25, 2019


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