The modern internet is full of threats. Wafris defends
against attacks and bots abusing your site.
Something has gone wrong with our Internet. It shouldn't be the case that it's easier to attack a site than to defend it. It shouldn't be the case that the default state of a web application is to be vulnerable to attacks. It shouldn't be so easy to find an IP address in your logs doing clearly bad things and so hard to do something about it.
We believe that every site should ship with the ability to:
Attacks hit every web app by default. Why isn't there a default set of defenses?
Wafris adds practical, immediately useful, easily configured security features to your web application.
Wafris installs as a middleware in your web framework, HTTP server or Kubernetes ingress controller that analyzes every request and blocks attacks.
Connected to your Redis instance, rules are executed with blazing speed, keeping your site fast and secure.
High-level Python Web framework
Elegant PHP Web framework
Ruby framework for web development
Web framework in .NET
Cross cloud deployment
Open source web server
Web server and reverse proxy
Most used web server software
Modern HTTP reverse proxy
Reliable, high performance TCP/HTTP
Cloud-native API gateway
High performance, open source proxy
What makes Wafris better?
We've built Wafris from the ground up to directly address the shortcomings that we found in both legacy DNS based WAF providers and in other solutions that only partially addressed the true operational security concerns that you're forced to care about because the Internet is full of jerks.
Tools, guides and articles to help you improve your web application security.
Attending the inaugural RailsWorld 2023 conference in Amsterdam was a significant decision for our company as there were so many unknowns about the event. But we're glad we did. The conference was a resounding success, and we're already looking forward to RailsWorld 2024.