Application firewalls

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As companies secure their physical networks with firewalls and strict security policies, hackers are turning to easier targets. Web facing applications often have security holes that can crash servers, allow access to customer information, or allow fraudulent ecommerce transactions.

InformationWeek takes a look at some new security devices in Hackers Sneak Through Open Doors In Applications. These tools can protect applications from a variety or attacks by analyzing Web traffic looking for evidence of a hacker.

Ofer Shezaf
December 30, 2004 2:09 PM

BreachGate Detect provides an active defense of applications and databases during day-to-day operation by users, controlling and monitoring the use and abuse of some of the most valuable assets of the organization. See http://www.breach.com/Application_Security/breachgate_detect.html for information

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