Seven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Security, Analytics and Religion. Highlights include an API that converts HTML to ZPL code for Zebra printers and an API for retrieving security data about mobile applications. Here's a look at what's new.
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Imperva, a cyber security company that protects both cloud and on-premises data, has announced a new API security solution that provides API discovery, data classification, and risk mitigation functionality. This release follows recent reports of increasing attacks directed at API traffic.
Twelve APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Security, Transcoding and Entertainment.Highlights include an API that can extract and parse information from invoices and resumes, an API for solving audio captchas, and an API for fun facts.
API-first cybersecurity company, Hailbytes, has announced the launch of the Social Scanner API. The API comes with a numerous features that help users to scan a person’s profile across 996 social media websites using multiple techniques. It is currently offered as a freemium product.
According to recent findings from FingerprintJS, a bug in Safari 15 has the potential to leak users’ browsing activity, and reveal personal information attached to a Google account. The bug in question comes from Apple’s implementation of the IndexedDB API and as of yet has not been resolved.
Google’s release of Chrome 97 this week brings along with it the formal introduction of the heavily criticized keyboard API. This API simplifies the identification of key presses in non-standard keyboard layouts, while also introducing potential privacy issues have been criticized.
Just over a year ago, Amazon launched CodeGuru, a developer support tool that provides machine learning-powered code review and analysis. This tool has now gained a “Secrets Detector” that simplifies the process of scanning code for passwords, API keys, and credentials left in code by accident.
Nine APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Stocks, Security and Video. Highlights include an API for simpifying financial trading, an API for aggregating health and fitness data, and an API for device to device security. Here's a look at what's new.
Data Theorem, Inc. today announced that it has introduced an API Attack Surface Calculator to help organizations of any size understand their attack surface exposures. Delivered as a free self-service offering, the assessment tool is simple to use and conducts its first-level API security analysis.
Seven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Passwords, Insurance and Security. Highlights include an API for streaming event notificatins from 1Password and an API for Spamhaus IP reputation data intelligence. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
With Android 12 now available on Google Pixel phones, Google is working overtime to ensure that its enterprise customers view the platform as a secure and powerful option for enterprise deployments. To bolster this effort, the company has launched a new Android Enterprise Vulnerability Program.
Sift, an internet security and fraud prevention company, has announced updates to the company’s API that are intended to simplify integration with its platform while also improving functionality. These Improvements utilize machine learning for advanced fraud detection.
Salt Security, an API security company, has updated its Salt Security API Protection Platform in an effort to offer more robust tooling for securing GraphQL APIs. These new tools leverage AI and ML to identify malicious efforts as early as possible, allowing developers to deploy mitigating efforts.
Ping Identity, an enterprise identity solutions provider, has added new API security features and fraud detection capabilities to its PingOne Cloud Platform. These additions are intended to bolster the platform's security capabilities while also improving the overall user experience.
Salt Security, an API-security services provider, has announced the results of a new study performed by Salt Labs, the company’s threat detection and education branch. This research outlines API vulnerabilities that stem from what the company calls a “misimplementation of Elastic Stack.”
Microsoft Power Apps was recently discovered to have included an API design flaw that exposed over 38 million records, from entities including governing bodies and major corporations, that detailed sensitive customer data such as social security numbers and COVID-19 vaccination status.
Google has announced the launch of a new SDK that will package together a collection of the company’s identity APIs in an attempt to simplify the development of secure applications. The new SDK enables streamlined integration with Sign in with Google and a new authentication prompt called One Tap.
Skyflow, a data security and governance startup, has launched the second generation of its API-accessible data security solution. Skyflow’s new PII Data Privacy Vault is enhanced with the addition of a partnering Data Governance Engine that streamlines data access control.
Salt Security, a company that provides API security services, has announced the launch of a new initiative aimed at increasing the visibility of key API vulnerabilities. This new resource, Salt Labs, will operate as an open forum and research hub that leverages the company’s internal research.
Cobalt, the Pentest as a Service company, today announced the launch of its public API. The Cobalt API allows customers to integrate their pentest data into other tools within their technology stack, enabling streamlined workflows and holistic analysis of their security program.
Security researchers from Checkmarx have published findings related to security vulnerabilities discovered in the popular Coursera learning platform. The firm alleges that Coursera’s APIs include issues related to user/account enumeration, lack of resource limiting, and GraphQL misconfiguration.
Seven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Data Mining, SEO, Security, and Coupons. Highlights include an API for retrieving data about Black history and an API for determining optimal cycling routes. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
In 2019, Salt Security launched an API Protection Platform that leverages AI in order to provide API traffic monitoring that detects malicious behavior and prevents attacks before they can happen. Salt is now expanding this platform to include automated OAS analysis and new security analysis.
Peloton, the popular fitness application best known for its virtual cycling classes and exercise bikes, exposed thousands of users’ personal data via a set of improperly secured API endpoints. The company deployed a partial fix after security researchers forwarded the information to media partners.