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== The presentation  ==
 
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The presentation

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What makes the difference between a web application firewall and a web entry server? Learn in this talk more about web entry servers, architecture, pre-authentication, shared memory based session store, session hiding and service level access control.

The talk will start from a clean apache web server that will then be turned into a reverse proxy, from where mod_security enables the web app firewall capabilities. In the next step, the audience will learn and see how to turn this WAF into a Pre-Auth engine with url based access controls and session hiding features.

At the end of the talk, we have setup a fully operational, secure and open source web entry server in front of Facebook.

The speaker

Speaker bio will be posted shortly.