AWS Security Blog

Category: AWS WAF

How to Configure Rate-Based Blacklisting with AWS WAF and AWS Lambda

Note from July 3, 2017: The solution in this post has been integrated into AWS WAF Security Automations, and AWS maintains up-to-date solution code in the companion GitHub repository.   One security challenge you may have faced is how to prevent your web servers from being flooded by unwanted requests, or scanning tools such as bots and […]

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How to Automatically Update Your Security Groups for Amazon CloudFront and AWS WAF by Using AWS Lambda

Update on June 14, 2018: We removed an out-of-date code sample. Update on August 23, 2018: We revised the “Configure your Lambda function’s trigger” procedure. Amazon CloudFront can help you increase the performance of your web applications and significantly lower the latency of delivering content to your customers. Recently announced, AWS WAF (a web application firewall) […]

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New Security Services Launched at AWS re:Invent 2015—Amazon Inspector, AWS WAF, and AWS Config Rules

Today at re:Invent, AWS announced two new security services and one new feature to help you improve your security posture and protect applications deployed on AWS. Amazon Inspector is an automated security assessment service that helps minimize the likelihood of introducing security or compliance issues when deploying applications on AWS. Amazon Inspector automatically assesses applications […]

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