Thanks for the question, yes indeed thats exactly what its built to do. Just follow the documentation here to set it up:https://www.atomicorp.com/wiki/index.php/ASL_WAF#local
Thanks, followed the instructions and enabled T-WAF for SSL on port 10000. The certificate used by webmin is of .pem type, and both public and private key use the same file (thats webmin's default config). As soon as it was enabled I could no longer access webmin. Disabled T-WAF, no go. Whitelisted my IP address, no-go. Webmin error log shows "Failed to initialize SSL connection" (webmin is mandatorily accessed via SSL).
/etc/webmin/stop, followed by a /etc/webmin/start, and still no-go.
i waited 20 minutes and it worked again, but then I started T-WAF and it stopped again.I came back 1 hour later and I could access Webmin again: it seems that turning on T-WAF disables access to Webmin for about 1 hours after it is enabled. Restarting webmin doesnt help. This is a problem.