- KaVaDo InterDo Web Application Firewall. Parsons, Ian // SC Magazine: For IT Security Professionals (UK Edition);Jul2004, p48
The article evaluates the InterDo Web Application Firewall from KaVaDo Inc. It is not a normal firewall since it is designed to protect web-server applications rather than networks. Some exploits are only possible because of poor application programming techniques, while others are the result of...
- Start-up aims to safeguard Web servers. Messmer, Ellen // Network World;8/11/2003, Vol. 20 Issue 32, p21
Reports on computer software firm Magnifire Websystems' launch of an updated version of its application firewall designed to help customers prevent break-ins into Web servers. Ability to block hackers attempts to change their identification and privileges after authentication; Prevention of...
- THE BUG REPORT. // InfoWorld;10/22/2001, Vol. 23 Issue 43, p28
Presents problems on the Cisco Secure PIX Firewall and the Apache 1.3.21 Web server.
- AppShield edges InterDo in battle of Port 80 filters. Powell, Thomas // Network World;8/18/2003, Vol. 20 Issue 33, p48
Evaluates several software-based Web application firewalls. Sanctum's AppShield 4.0; KaVaDo's InterDo 3.0; eEye Digital Security's SecurellS 2.0; Pros and cons; Retail price; Ease of use; Installation.
- Kavado Extends Web App Defenses. Dineley, Doug // InfoWorld;2/7/2005, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p14
This article provides information on the InterDo Web application firewall from Kavado. InterDo, combines granular defenses, easy management, and a clever configuration wizard that smoothes initial setup dramatically, a powerful formula that earned Version 3.0 InfoWorlds 2004 Technology of the...
- ARE YOUR WEB APPS SECURE? Franklin Jr., Curtis; Wiens, Jordan // InfoWorld;2/9/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p34
Evaluates several Web application firewalls. InterDo 3.0 from KaVaDo; NC-1000 Web Security Gateway version 3.5 from NetContinuum; AppShield 4.0 from Sanctum; Secure Application Gateway (Teros 100) from Teros. INSET: Guide to Sneak Attacks.
- Scanning Apps for Vulnerabilities. Franklin Jr., Curtis; Wiens, Jordan // InfoWorld;2/9/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p40
Evaluates the application vulnerability scan products installed in two Web application firewalls. ScanDo, which is installed in the KaVaDo InterDo 3.0; AppScan Audit, which is installed in the Sanctum Appshield 4.0.
- APPLICATION SECURITY: TAKE ONE OR TWO? Neel, Dan // CRN;8/2/2004, Issue 1106, p33
Addresses the question of whether a single integrated scan-and-protect product is better than two separate products that work in conjunction to achieve the same end by illustrating the case of rivals Kavado and Imperva. Firewall Web applications offered by Kavado as of August 2004; Features of...
- CYBERCRIME: Finding Security in Cyberspace. Campbell, Melissa // Alaska Business Monthly;Jun2002, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p60
Focuses on the measures recommended by the law enforcement and private sector to avoid computer hackers in the U.S. Relevance of risk assessment; Use of firewall protection; Need to change passwords for the files.