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ModSecurity version 3.0.0 first release candidate

Recently we announced the first release candidate for libModSecurity (also as known as ModSecurity version 3). The goal was to turn ModSecurity into a mature library that could be used seamlessly regardless of web server or platform. The motivations for...

Announcing ModSecurity version 2.9.2

We recently released ModSecurity version 2.9.2. The release contains a number of bug fixes, including two security issues: Allan Boll reported an uninitialized variable that may lead to a crash on Windows platform. Brian Adeloye reported an infinite loop on...

ModSecurity version 3: Fuzzing as part of the QA

The stability of any given project is often tracked by its maturity, which is generally measured by how old the code is. Even though this may be true a lot of the time, here at Trustwave SpiderLabs we wanted to...

Is ModSecurity's SecRules Turing Complete?

Have you ever seen a rule for ModSecurity? They may look similar to the following: SecRule REQUEST_URI "@endswith example.com/index.html" "id:1,log,deny,redirect:http://modsecurity.org" This rule may look complicated, but it is extremely basic. It says, if you find a URL ending with example.com/index.html...