DefensePro with an adaptive behavioral server-based IPS feature set
Radware announced the availability of DefensePro version 4.0, the latest version of the company’s flagship Intrusion Prevention System. It provides adaptive behavioral server-based IPS feature set, protecting against misuse of application authorization and preventing break-in attempts to enterprise critical application servers, with no need for human intervention. This allows the network to automatically respond to attacks targeted at revenue-generating applications. The new version complements Radware’s DefensePro existing signature and behavioral network- based protections and reinforces the company’s vision to provide business- smart networking solutions.
DefensePro version 4.0 features a new package of behavioral server-based protections, extending the adaptive behavioral network-based technology to detect application-level pre-attack probes, misuse of authorization and denial-of-service attacks, thus forms Radware’s Full Spectrum Protection Technology. The new security features include HTTP, VoIP SIP, FTP, POP3, SMTP, IMAP, and MS-SQL adaptive server-based behavioral protections. Threats that are detected and prevented include brute-force attempts, dictionary attacks, HTTP vulnerability scanning, SIP spoofed Invite floods, SIP spoofed register floods, and more.