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    Basic Configuration Mode

    By default, any configuration page navigated to will result in the Basic Configuration page for that particular section. You can view the various sections of Configuration underneath the Configuration page on the left side navigation. The available sections are as follows:

    • Security Engine: Core Security Engine options, such as health checks, and whitelisting.
    • Processors: Security Processors are pluggable modules that process HTTP traffic and perform actions.
    • Services: Services run in the background, performing tasks such as sending alerts, generating reports, or performing maintenance tasks.
    • Proxy / Backends: Core proxy settings, such as backend servers and SSL.
    • Applications: By default, the system will secure only one application. Adding multiple profiles will enable you to protect multiple applications with their own separate settings.
    • Backups: Configure backup frequency, retention, and pushes to FTP or SSH servers.
    • Logging: Options for logging access on the management interfaces, as well as logging the various security incidents triggered by WebApp Secure.
    • Response Rules: Configure how the system responds to threats, or create custom response rules.
    • Licensing: Add or update licensing information to ensure operation of your system.
    • Users and Groups: Add or update user roles and permissions.
    • Rest API: The WebApp Secure REST API provides programmatic access to the data available in the system. More information can be found in the WebApp Secure Developer Guide.

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    Published: 2014-06-27