Showing 4 results for: September 2003 ×ModSecurity ×

Enhanced rules now available

The last change before the 1.7 release is now in the CVS. I have refactored the code dealing with rule processing, and added three new actions: allow, skipnext, and chain. Allow enables you to stop rules processing on a single...

Cookie parsing added

Now you can analyse cookies using new selective filtering variables (COOKIE_name, COOKIE_NAMES, COOKIE_VALUES). Even before this change it was possible to look at cookies (as cookies are just HTTP headers) but the functionality was limited. ModSecurity now parses cookies for...

Masking your web server

There is a new feature available in the CVS, and it allows you to mask your web server and instruct it to pretend to be something else. Normally, to do this sort of thing you would have to change Apache...

Changed name to Web Security Blog

I decided to change the name of this blog to "Web Security Blog". I figured that web security is now a permanent part of my life, and that I frequently want to write about things that are not related to...