Defending Websites from XSS attacks with ModSecurity 2.7.3 and OWASP Core Rule Set 2.2.7

Even though cross-site scripting vulnerabilities have a 15-year history, they remain a big problem in the web security space. According to our research, there are hundreds of new issues discovered each month, and at least a few of them are being used in high-severity attacks. The general problem of cross-site scripting has no easy solution….

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Introducing ModSecurity IIS 2.7.2 Stable Release

We are pleased to announce the release of a stable version of the open source web application firewall module ModSecurity IIS 2.7.2. Since the announcement of availability of the beta version in July 2012, we have been working very hard to bring the quality of the module to meet the enterprise class product requirements. In…

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Announcing the availability of ModSecurity extension for IIS

Vulnerabilities in on-line services, like cross-site scripting, cross-site request forgery, or even information disclosure, are important areas of focus for the Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC). Over the last few years Microsoft has developed a number of tools capable of mitigating selected web specific vulnerabilities (for example, UrlScan). To help on this front we have…

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