At 11:39 PM -0400 10/9/05, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> The Web Application Firewall Evaluation Criteria project is proud
> to announce its first public release.
> The goal of the project is to develop a detailed web application
> firewall evaluation criteria; a testing methodology that can be
> used by any reasonably skilled technician to independently assess
> quality of a web application firewall.
> The primary purpose of this release is to solicit comments from the
> public. You can download the current version of the evaluation
> criteria from the project home page:

Hmmm.  That page shows me a blank page with a lovely logo and toolbar
at the top.  Other pages on that site do not have that problem.

Then again, says that page has 167 errors on it.

I would say that conforming to standards should be the first step,
especially when an automatic checker is available.
Larry Kilgallen

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