Category: AWS WAF
In this post, you’ll learn how to secure and accelerate the delivery of Drupal-based websites using Amazon CloudFront, AWS Web Application Firewall (AWS WAF), and Amazon CloudFront Functions. CloudFront is a content delivery network service (CDN) offering improved security and acceleration of the content served through it. This is true for static cacheable content and […]
Search engine crawlers – a special bot type used to index your site – are very important visitors. They make sure that your content is searchable by end users. If a crawler can’t easily read your content, then any updates you make might not be immediately reflected in the search results. Depending on the algorithms […]
Security is top priority at AWS. Cybersecurity and digital risk management are the primary considerations of customers when ensuring that security and trust are always in place for a secure data and cloud infrastructure. These concerns are even more critical for public internet facing applications, which are accessed using a public domain. In AWS Cloud, […]
AWS Web Application Firewall (AWS WAF) is commonly used to protect HTTP and HTTPS requests forwarded to Amazon CloudFront. When you are using this approach, default 403 error pages do not distinguish whether the error came from AWS WAF or the CloudFront Origin. As an AWS WAF and Amazon CloudFront user, you may want to […]
Come read the 2018 version of the AWS Best Practices for DDoS Resiliency whitepaper. In this whitepaper, we provide you with prescriptive DDoS guidance to build applications that are resilient to DDoS attacks. We describe different attack types, such as volumetric attacks and application layer attacks, and explain which best practices are most effective to manage each attack type.
Drupal is a powerful content management system (CMS) that has powered has powered over a million websites. Drupal is flexible, scalable, and backed by a large open source community. Amazon CloudFront can accelerate the performance of your Drupal site while also improving your overall security posture. Read more about integrating Amazon CloudFront in front of a Drupal site with this step-by-step guide.