High-performance WAF built on the OpenResty stack
FreeWAF is a reverse proxy WAF built using the OpenResty stack. It uses the Nginx Lua API to analyze HTTP request information and process against a flexible rule structure. FreeWAF is distributed with a ruleset that mimics the ModSecurity CRS, as well as a few custom rules built during initial development and testing.
FreeWAF was initially developed by Robert Paprocki for his Master's thesis at Western Governor's University.
released on 20 March 2015
git clone https://github.com/p0pr0ck5/FreeWAF.git
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