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Protecting Against Zero Days: Apache HTTP Server Exploit (CVE-2021-41773)

Protecting Against Zero Days: Apache HTTP Server Exploit (CVE-2021-41773)

October 22, 2021

On September 29, 2021, Apache’s security team learned of a zero-day vulnerability (CVE 2021-41773) that attackers were exploiting to compromise Apache HTTP web servers and access sensitive files. They recommend that anyone using Apache servers 2.4.49 or 2.4.50 Linux and Windows-based servers to update to the latest version, 2.4.51, using the instructions found on the official Apache HTTP Server project site.

Secure Your Website for Black Friday

Secure Your Website for Black Friday

September 28, 2021

Your company’s ecomm experience relies on its security infrastructure to safeguard against attacks seeking to crash servers or expose sensitive client information, and on Black Friday those attacks are only going to multiply. Taking advantage of the intense traffic strain so many enterprises will face, sophisticated bots and bad actors use common attacks like DDoS to flood your system with junk connection requests until your overloaded servers are no longer able to keep up. In order to prevent that, you need to invest in a state of the art web application firewall to block attacks.

Signature-Based vs. Scoring-Based WAF

Signature-Based vs. Scoring-Based WAF

March 5, 2021

Web Application Firewalls, or WAFs, are a key component of modern web security. According to Verizon’s 2020 Data Breach Incident Report, over 80% of attacks last year targeted web applications--an unsurprising statistic given the ever-increasing size of modern applications’ attack surface. However, not all WAFs are created equal. As both cyber attacks and web applications become more and more complex, WAFs must use increasingly sophisticated techniques to secure applications--and to ensure that protection does not come at the expense of performance.