Cross-site scripting protection.
Protection against other common web attacks, such as command injection, HTTP request smuggling, HTTP response splitting, and remote file inclusion.
Protection against HTTP protocol violations.
Protection against HTTP protocol anomalies, such as missing host user agent and accept headers.
Protection against crawlers and scanners.
Detection of common application misconfigurations (for example, Apache and IIS).
Configurable request size limits with lower and upper bounds.
Exclusion lists let you omit certain request attributes from a WAF evaluation. A common example is Active Directory-inserted tokens that are used for authentication or password fields.
Create custom rules to suit the specific needs of your applications.
Geo-filter traffic to allow or block certain countries/regions from gaining access to your applications.
Protect your applications from bots with the bot mitigation ruleset.