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Top Answer: The solution needs to build better performance, specifically in the hardware resources. For example, a few days ago, I faced around 30 to 40 users and I had issues with the Comodo C1clp. It's like… more »
Top Answer: I did multiple projects on security compliance based on HIPAA and ISO 27001, CIS, and the PCI DSS. We are using Comodo to protect us from, among others things, DDoS and Ransomware.
Top Answer: The solution is pretty stable. I've never faced pressing issues or hanging issue.
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Cwatch delivers robust website protection from hackers - while it helps you stay calm when online. It does not just stop with protection but helps in scanning the website to remove malware instantly. It is a complete website security tool that delivers state-of-the-art protection techniques to ensure SMB website security from simple to complex threat landscape. It ensures early threat detection, instant solution and sophisticated preventive measures.

WAPPLES is a virtual web application firewall designed for the cloud consumer. WAPPLES runs on an intelligent logic analysis engine called Contents Classification and Evaluation Processing, or COCEP. This logic analysis engine utilizes a system of 26 'rules' to execute a logical analysis of all types of web traffic to determine whether or not certain traffic constitutes a threat to the web application. If traffic can successfully pass through all 26 rules, WAPPLES determines that the traffic is not an attack, and transports legitimate traffic to the web application. The split-second performance of the COCEP enables WAPPLES to determine if traffic is safe in just 1/1000 of a second.
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Xerox, Intel, HP, UPS, Western Union, Western Digital
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Comms Service Provider36%
Computer Software Company23%
Energy/Utilities Company9%
Manufacturing Company8%
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Comodo cWatch is ranked 14th in Web Application Firewall (WAF) with 2 reviews while WAPPLES is ranked 39th in Web Application Firewall (WAF). Comodo cWatch is rated 9.6, while WAPPLES is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Comodo cWatch writes "Excellent security, good encryption, and pretty stable". On the other hand, Comodo cWatch is most compared with Cloudflare, Sucuri and SiteLock, whereas WAPPLES is most compared with Virsec Security Platform.

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