Join Trustwave at the 2023 Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit in London, September 26-28. Learn More

Join Trustwave at the 2023 Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit in London, September 26-28. Learn More

Managed Detection & Response

Eradicate cyberthreats with world-class intel and expertise

Managed Security Services

Expand your team’s capabilities and strengthen your security posture

Consulting & Professional Services

Tap into our global team of tenured cybersecurity specialists

Penetration Testing

Subscription- or project-based testing, delivered by global experts

Database Security

Get ahead of database risk, protect data and exceed compliance requirements

Email Security & Management

Catch email threats others miss with layered security & maximum control

Co-Managed SOC (SIEM)

Eliminate alert fatigue, focus your SecOps team, stop threats fast, and reduce cyber risk

Microsoft Exchange Server Attacks
Stay protected against emerging threats
Rapidly Secure New Environments
Security for rapid response situations
Securing the Cloud
Safely navigate and stay protected
Securing the IoT Landscape
Test, monitor and secure network objects
Why Trustwave
The Trustwave Approach
Awards and Accolades
Trustwave SpiderLabs Team
Trustwave Fusion Platform
SpiderLabs Fusion Center
Security Operations Centers
Technology Alliance Partners
Key alliances who align and support our ecosystem of security offerings
Trustwave PartnerOne Program
Join forces with Trustwave to protect against the most advance cybersecurity threats

Announcing ModSecurity version 3.0.9

We are announcing the release of ModSecurity version 3.0.9 (libModSecurity). This version contains a mixture of enhancements and bug fixes.

Security issue

In some configurations with certain inputs, this bug could result in a segfault and a resultant crash of a worker process. A large volume of such requests sent very quickly could lead to the server becoming slow or unresponsive to legitimate requests. This item has been assigned CVE-2023-28882.

Enhancements and bug fixes

Additional information on the release, including the source (and hashes/signatures), is available at:

The list of open issues is available on GitHub:

Thanks to everybody who helped in this process: reporting issues, making comments and suggestions, sending patches, etc.