The growing use of APIs increases the potential security vulnerabilities that expose businesses and users to malicious intent. A recent study undertaken by Ovum and Distil Networks shows that a lack of clarity in who is responsible for API security means not enough is being done manage the risks.
Last week, a remote code execution vulnerability was discovered in Drupal's core code. After uncovering and starting its mitigation efforts, Drupal reported mass exploits in the wild. The company published fixes in the most recent versions and suggests that developers upgrade to the latest version.