Bekchy Web Application Firewall

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What is Bekchy ?

What are the Potential Dangers for Websites ?

What are the Threats ?

Most commonly, SQL Injection, SQL Bypass, XSS (Reflected / DOM), Shell & File Upload, Brute Force, JavaScript Injection methods are used in order to penetrate websites by hackers. In addition, data can be tampered by Data Tampering, Subresource Integrity can be used in order to exploit innocent javascripts maliciously, backlink theft can be done by Hacklink method and organic reach can be demoted by deceiving search engines.

Which Dangers Does Bekchy Prevent ?

How Does Bekchy Provide Protection ?

Unlike many other Web Application Firewall (WAF) products, it uses specialized “Bekchy Engine” and “rule sequence” for checking incoming and outgoing requests. Data exchanging never takes place between Bekchy servers and the website that use Bekchy. “Bekchy Engine” is installed into the website itself and is interpreted by the application server (Apache, Nginx, etc.) and the rule sets are operated.

How to Use ?

It can be installed into websites within minutes, and Wordpress users can start using it with the plugin without performing any technical action. All incoming and outgoing requests are monitored, when an attack or malicious operation is detected, protection is provided and instant reporting is sent via e-mail, SMS or Slack. More than one website can be monitored on the Bekchy panel and the pricing is set monthly website basis. Licensed with Basic, Pro and Business packages. Pricing starting from $ 9.99 per month for Basic package to provide basic protection, additionally Pro package includes malware scan and blacklist control and Business package includes DDoS protection and 24/7 support.

It is compatible with PHP, Laravel, Code Igniter, Yii/Yii2, Lumen, Phalcon, Wordpress, Magento,Drupal, Joomla, osCommerce, OpenCart, PrestaShop, vBulletin, phpBB, myBB. Beta versions have been testing for .Net and other platform. Stable versions will be available in the first quarter of 2019 for .Net.



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