Why APIsec?

APIsec is a fully automated API security solution that helps tackle known vulnerabilities and business logic flaws alike.
Automated

APIsec can both generate and execute custom-tailored attack scenarios based on the architecture of your API.

Comprehensive

APIsec tests every endpoint, every call, every input parameter, and every method to ensure full coverage.

Continuous

APIsec runs a full security check in minutes, allowing you to test API security after each update.

API Challenges

The Challenge of Comprehensive Coverage

Challenge 1

APIs Are Too Complex to Cover Comprehensively

APIs are highly complex systems with myriad functions, all interoperating to deliver business objectives.

API security testing must cover the entire surface area of APIs, exercising every possible feature against all potential API threats.
Challenge 2

Manual Pen Testing Requires Too Many Resources

APIs are typically comprised of dozens or hundreds of separate endpoints, each supporting multiple methods. Then add the myriad API threat vectors.

Comprehensive testing can easily require thousands of unique attack playbooks, and dev teams are already overloaded with building valuable features and patching existing flaws.
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challenge 3

Traditional API Security Testing Methods Hurt Innovation

APIs change weekly or even daily as developers release new features, fix bugs, and update logic.

Security assessments can't get in the way and delay product releases - testing needs to operate at the speed of DevOps, but manual testing simply can't keep up.

The Building Blocks of APIsec

APIsec is made of three modules working together to deeply analyze every corner of your API:

API Analyzer: This module dissects your API down to every endpoint, call, and input parameter so that the engine knows how best to attack it.

API Attacker: API Attacker is an attack generator that applies hundreds of different scenarios and maps them onto your API to create custom-tailored attacks based on your unique API architecture.

API Scanner: The engine that searches for anything unexpected in the test generated by API Attacker and generates a report.

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OWASP Top 10 Breakdown

OWASP Category
#1 Broken Authorization (BOLA)
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#2 Broken Authentication
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#3 Excessive Data Exposure
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#4 Lack of Rate Limiting
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#5 Broken Function Authorization
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#6 Mass Assignment
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#7 Security Misconfiguration
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#8 Injection
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#9 Improper Assets Management
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#10 Insufficient Logging/Monitoring
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OWASP Category
APIsec
API Monitoring Platforms
#1 Broken Authorization (BOLA)
#2 Broken Authentication
#3 Excessive Data Exposure
#4 Lack of Rate Limiting
#5 Broken Function Authorization
#6 Mass Assignment
#7 Security Misconfiguration
#8 Injection
#9 Improper Assets Management
#10 Insufficient Logging/Monitoring

Don’t Believe the Hype? See APIsec in Action

APIsec transformed API security testing for dozens of organizations of all sizes and across all major industries. Yours could be next. Get in touch with our team today for a free demo.

Other Resources

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