Manage Azure Front Door WAF
Manage Azure Application Gateway WAF
With our solution - Azure WAF Manager, you will be having a deep understanding on the web traffic that gets through your WAF policies and be able to make adquate decisions.
Are you tired of doing Kusto queries to find out what was blocked on your WAF policies? With our solution, we give you the blocked requests in a beautiful dashboard
Tuning the WAF policies has never been easier. When pulling WAF logs, we use an enrichment engine that makes an analysis and if we think something is a false-positive, we will suggest what to whitelist
You can make an exception (whitelisting) on the WAF policy with just a click from our dashboard!!!
You would know everything about the IP that is in your log. Malicious score, location, ASN, Type and much more.
We have a great WAF policy toolset. Some of the things we can do, are not available in the Azure Portal. For example, we have a WAF policy copy/migration tool which enables you to copy rules and rulesets from one policy to another!
Whether you use Azure Sentinel or not, you will find our Dashboards to be quite great in providing you info about your WAF policies and traffic.
If you are interested in learning about these in details, head over to our Documentation section
Here we can answer some of the questions around our product
That's perfectly fine. If you want we can provide you a fully managed Azure WAF solution - Contact us
Quick answer is NO. We work only with LIVE data from your own Log Analytics workspace. However, we offer reporting features. In this case you need to consent to historical data collection as we need to store log data on our systems to provide you with reporing.
Our service is free because we want to contribute to the Cyber Security community in some way and this is how we want to try. We won't ask for any charges unless you want more than what's in the free package (which is very generous). We also plan to monetize by helping customers who want a completely Managed WAF, meaning that we would work on their Azure WAF infrastrucutre to alleviate the pressure of WAF tuning and reporting. We would also be there to help them with other security needs.
There are one or two things you need to do in order to get started. First is that we need access to your Log Analytics workspace so we can display you the WAF logs, so you will need to give us Reader access to the workspace. Do not worry, you would give us access through Azure Lighthouse so we will have access only to what we are supposed to and is easily revokable if you change your mind. Second - you will need to have your Front Doors or App Gateways send logs into a single Log Analytics workspace. We don't plan on supporting the architecture where WAF logs are dispersed into multiple workspaces as it's not a good design philosophy.
We are happy to chat/email/call you to answer any questions you might have, so give us a try.