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How to select the WAF edition

Last Updated: Jan 15, 2018

When you purchase WAF, we recommend that you use the Business Edition or Enterprise Edition. The two editions can meet service scale and security requirements of most of the websites. The following table describes the features of business edition and enterprise edition and differences between them.

Function Business Edition Enterprise Edition
Applicable site scale The medium enterprise-class websites open services to the Internet users and focus on enhanced data security requirements to secure business operations. Websites of the medium and large enterprises deal on a large scale and have customized security requirements.
Common Web attack protection. For example, protection against SQL injection and XSS
Automatic update of the protection rules against Web 0-day vulnerability attacks
HTTP flood attacks (Non-API) mitigation
One-click HTTPS protection
IP address/URL blacklist and whitelist
Directional Web attacks (for example, penetration test)
Web page tamper-proofing
Malicious registration
Advanced HTTP access control (fine-granularity control over fields such as UA and Referer)
Protection for ports rather than ports 80, 8080, 443, and 8443
Intelligent retrieval of access logs
Access control at user-defined frequency over URL addresses
IP address access control based on geographical locations (one-click blocking of foreign access)
HTTP flood attacks (API) mitigation
Anti-leak feature (to safeguard the sensitive data such as identity card numbers, mobile phone numbers, and bank card numbers)
Professional customization of enterprise-class Web protection rules ×
Professional one-to-one service ×
Anti-crawling service Certain anti-crawling capabilities (man-machine identification). Specialized anti-crawling solutions. For more information, submit a ticket.
Service request peak value (QPS) 5,000 More than 10,000
Service bandwidth (Mbps) 100 200
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