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A Russian security researcher collected a $5,000 reward for detecting and reporting a major YouTube security flaw that allowed him to erase videos posted by any other user.
HAMBS, creator and provider of a hospital and medical benefits system selects Forum Sentry API gateway to improve security for its customers and partners.
Tinder has experienced another API hack that has its heterosexual male users hitting on each other. The Tinderbot baits male users with a fake female profile.
The never-ending cycle of vulnerability discovery and remediation continues this week with an announcement from IBM concerning a “Droppedin” flaw in an SDK from Dropbox.
Group led by AirWatch calls for standardized ways to invoke Apple iOS and Google Android APIs.
SmartBear has announced the SmartBear Developer Network allowing for their community to collaborate on projects.
Feedzai launched many enhancements to its Fraud API just a few months after its release. The enhancements resulted from direct feedback from its partners and developer community.
Social networking giant Facebook launched an API-based platform called ThreatExchange that lets companies share information about security threats.
A Canadian software developer has used Tinder's private API to create a "Tinderbot" to automate his online dating.
ShieldSquare has developed API access to its bot identification and remedy solution. Identified bots are denied access, given fake data or challenged through a CAPTCHA.
Andrew D Hoffman’s private API key was retrieved from GitHub by a bot which then ran up a huge bill on his AWS account while he slept.
Within days of the Super Bowl, researchers at mobile gateway provider Wandera have apparently discovered a severe vulnerability in the National Football League's mobile app.