This Threat Intelligence Java Sample Code demonstrates querying the SSL Certificates Chain API service via the Threat Intelligence Platform. The Threat Intelligence SSL Certificates Chain API allows you to get detailed information about an SSL Certificate and the complete SSL Certificates chain, for a given domain name. The data is provided in JSON format and returns an ordered collection of all SSL certificates present in the SSL Certificates chain. The Threat Intelligence API’s provide a way to integrate intelligence analysis insights, using Threat Intelligence data sources to gain knowledge of the target host and crucial threat detection for any system.
It was only a matter of time before the idea of a free VPN started to get traction. There's one from Opera for Opera users (that only works on browser traffic). Now, there's another from ProtonMail. How long will it be before Google offers one? And what database should you be spending time with?
It seems at every API conference, there is a new feature being released by the team at OAuth.io. In October, at API Strategy and Practice in San Francisco, OAuth.io released a mobile SDK. Now after APIDays in Paris, OAuth.io has released a 'code request' feature to abstract usage tokens in the authentication process. Co-Founder Mehdi Medjaoui spoke with ProgrammableWeb about the service that provides a unified API for any OAuth implementation.
Quttera has introduced several new features in its Malware Scanner REST API. Service architectures using published APIs have largely replaced bulky, monolithic applications, and cybersecurity is embracing this trend. They find that this approach gives them greater flexibility and scalability.