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ModSecurity for Apache 2.5.9

Native implementation of the web application firewall


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Total downloads: 348
  • Last Updated: Aug 10, 2009
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Mac OS X
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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For ModSecurity for Apache 2.5.9Publisher's description


ModSecurity for Apache is a Security software developed by Breach Security. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for ModSecurity for Apache:

BrothersoftEditor: Native implementation of the web application firewall, working as an Apache module. Both major Apache branches are supported.
ModSecurity makes full HTTP Transaction logging possible, allowing complete requests and responses to be logged. Its logging facilities also allow fine-grained decisions to be made about exactly what is logged and when, ensure only the relevant data is recorded.

The following features are included:

1. Self-contained application that comes with an embedded web server and an embedded database.
2. Collects logs and alerts from any number of remote sensors in real time.
3. User interface provides support for sensor, alert, and transaction management.
4. Runs on any platform that supports JDK/JRE 1.4 or better.
5. Installs in a few minutes.
6. Automated maintenance options keep the database at a manageable size.
7. Sensor activity History.
8. Alerting facilities.
9. Reporting facilities. Nice and shiny reports in PDF format can be scheduled or produced on-demand. Automatic distribution via email.
10. Automatic DNS and Geo IP resolution1.
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