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Web Application firewall suggestion.

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I'm looking to implement a WAF  and hoping to get some suggestions on what is being use out there.

So Far, I have came across fortinet and sophos. If any of you are using either of them, it would be great to know the pros and cons from you.

Also, I'm willing to hear some of the other suggestions as there are so many to choose from out there.

Thanks,
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We have fortiweb, is a great WAF http://www.fortinet.com/products/fortiweb/

Have you considered the Web Application Firewall Evaluation Criteria?
i.e. http://projects.webappsec.org/w/page/13246985/Web%20Application%20Firewall%20Evaluation%20Criteria
https://www.icsalabs.com/vendor/fortinet-inc
https://www.icsalabs.com/products?tid%5B%5D=4227&x=18&y=10
Note-- ICSAlabs is the company that certifies products: Firewalls, malware, IDS, IPsec, SSLvpn, WAF, ..etc
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How's Fortinet support? I heard bad things about them.

Thanks for the link for the evaluation Critieria.
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We have great support from the local and mother company.
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myramu earned 500 total points
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Hello,

Recently we did POC for Imperva and Fortiweb. Finally we opted Fortiweb because of features, performance and price.

We don't have issues with fortinet support. We just call on support numbers for quick help. For small questions we use chat support.

Good Luck!
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