API Security Testing for Dummies
API Security Testing For Dummies Noname Security…
Though a highly recommended tactic, fuzzing doesn’t provide a complete picture into your vulnerabilities and defects. True API vulnerability testing entails using real business logic to run tests and simulations.
When it comes to API development, it’s not just a matter of testing but also when you test your APIs. Traditionally, API vulnerability testing happens before deployment. But by consolidating testing into one phase of the software development lifecycle (SDLC), you create a bottleneck in the process as there is a never ending supply of code to test.
Shift-left is an approach of moving tasks earlier in the development process. This means that tasks that are traditionally done at a later stage should instead be performed at earlier stages. In the context of API security testing, developers are able to test early and throughout the development lifecycle.
API vulnerability testing is a process of identifying and assessing potential security risks associated with application programming interfaces (APIs). This type of testing helps developers to identify and address any vulnerabilities that may exist in the API before it is released. By performing API vulnerability tests, organizations can reduce their risk exposure and protect their data from potential threats.
By performing API vulnerability testing, organizations can reduce their risk exposure and protect their data from potential threats.
Though a highly recommended tactic, fuzzing doesn’t provide a complete picture into your vulnerabilities and defects. True security testing entails using real business logic to run tests and simulations.
Noname Active Testing focuses on finding and remediating API security vulnerabilities during the development phase of the SDLC, before they can be exploited.
Noname Security Active Testing is a purpose-built API security testing solution that understands your unique business logic and provides comprehensive coverage of API-specific vulnerabilities. Active Testing helps you shift left and bake API security testing into every phase of development.
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