Web Security Appliance With Apache and mod_security

by Ivan Ristic
Sept. 25, 2017 1 comment Symantec web

Our task is to protect one or more Web servers residing on an internal network, providing services to outside clients. Internal clients, such as employees are also considered to be outside clients for the purpose of this article. We are working under the assumption that you have at least two or more Web servers, a database server, and possibly other internal servers. The more servers there are, the more useful the reverse proxy concept becomes. A proxy, by definition, is a device that stands between two entities participating in a conversation. What is normally called a proxy in everyday life is better described as a forward proxy: a device that stands between a client and all other servers. A reverse proxy does exactly the opposite: it stands between a server and all its clients. In a wider sense, one reverse proxy will be used for all internal Web servers.

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2flash 2 months, 2 weeks ago

Apache and mod_security really do work fine together. Clear language and useful tips!

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