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WAF 1

or Waf  (wăf)
n.
A member of the Women in the Air Force, organized after World War II, but now no longer a separate branch.

[From W(omen in the) A(ir) F(orce).]

WAF 2

abbr.
Women in the Air Force

Waf

(wæf)

n.
a member of the Women in the Air Force, an auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force after World War II.
[1948; W(omen in the)A(ir)F(orce)]
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KEMP s integrated L7 WAF platform is based on an industry-leading rules engine that provides real-time coverage for all published application threats, including the OWASP Top Ten, as well as critical baseline protections.
The Imperva WAF Trade-in Promotion is available to customers of Citrix (Teros), F5 Networks (Sanctum), and NetContinuum.
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Paying homage to Asma Jehangir WAF said on 12 February, which is observed in Pakistan as women rights day, she protested on legislation against women during Zia era, from women action platform and faced police baton charge.
During Musharraf's November 2007 emergency, all members of WAF Lahore Chapter were either arrested or placed under house arrest.
The WAF statement emphasised that 'it is disheartening and disappointing for women to hear such sexist remarks from the highest-ranking judicial official of the country'.
This rapid rate of change can present challenges for traditional WAF solutions," said Frost & Sullivan Network Security Senior Industry Analyst Chris Rodriguez.
Additionally, a new Barracuda WAF REST API provides security for automation and orchestration to DevOps tools, which complements the new integration with Puppet to give customers greater security control over their web applications.
Bin Zayed, meanwhile, the cheque to Mohammed Abdulkareem Al Shamsi, Acting Executive Director - WAF, on behalf of Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, Secretary General, WAF.
WAF was developed in the early 1990s to respond to the threats and sophisticated attacks that traditional firewalls failed to handle.
The Singapore event will also offer an opportunity for shortlisted architects to network and discuss the big conversations affecting the industry, as well providing a chance for professional critiques from this year's WAF "super jurors".
As the latest addition to F5's Silverline cloud-based application services platform, the new WAF offering is built on the capabilities of the company's BIG-IP Application Security Manager product.