The tweet mentions a WAF Bypass Tool that can analyze the security of any WAF for False Positives and False Negatives using predefined and customizable payloads. This tool could be used to test the effectiveness of various WAFs against different types of attacks. It does not specify a specific vendor, indicating it can work across multiple WAF vendors. The tool seems to focus on identifying weaknesses in WAF protections and could be useful for cybersecurity professionals in testing WAF configurations and rules.
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