Shift-Left Application Security Testing with confidence! Aptori’s Semantic Reasoning Technology tests the business logic of your Application’s APIs to uncover hard-to-find application security vulnerabilities with speed and efficiency. Aptori is developer-first and plugs into your IDE and CI/CD pipeline to ensure that your Applications are continuously tested and released with confidence!
Aptori is a Developer-First dynamic application security testing tool that uses Semantic Reasoning to understand your Applications’ unique business logic and test your APIs for hard-to-find security vulnerabilities.
AI-Driven Testing helps you efficiently weave application security testing into every development phase.
Aptori offers end-to-end, automated application security testing throughout the SDLC. The autonomous platform, Aptori leverages Semantic Reasoning for fast execution of custom attack scenarios to detect complex business logic vulnerabilities. Easily integrated into your IDE and CI/CD pipeline, Aptori ensures secure and compliant API releases.
Automated scans offer thorough coverage for the OWASP top 10, CVEs, while also detecting business logic flaws and potential sensitive data leaks.
Aptori uses an AI-generated semantic graph of your Application’s API to test the business logic of your Application. As Aptori intelligently tests sequences of API operations, it checks for functional defects and the full range of OWASP application security vulnerabilities.
Sift, our lightweight cross-platform CLI, enables developers to quickly and easily test their Applications and get fast feedback as they implement their code. The Sift tool integrates into the IDE or the CI pipeline for autonomous application security testing, ensuring no API is untested, and all vulnerabilities are fixed before production.
Achieve extensive API visibility across various states and environments throughout the API development process through all stages of the SDLC. Import APIs dynamically from a diverse range of sources and dynamically test your API for functional and security defects.
Our Semantic Tester (SIFT) seamlessly integrates with your current CI/CD pipelines and tools, such as Jenkins, GitHub, and GitLab, and workflow management tools, including ServiceNow, Slack, and Jira.
Were you aware that Broken Object Level Authorization (BOLA) tops the OWASP list of API security vulnerabilities? Aptori can independently create and assess all possible user access scenarios involving one or more users and groups, promptly alerting you to any deviations from your set policies. This sophisticated testing guarantees your live application does not permit unauthorized access to objects and resources.
Aptori liberates developers from the painstaking duty of writing and maintaining tests. With AI-driven generation of functional and security tests for APIs, Aptori empowers developers to test, detect and resolve defects during the API implementation. Addressing security vulnerabilities at an early stage is not just beneficial—it's also cost-efficient. It's considerably more straightforward and economically viable to fix issues during the API's developmental phase rather than post-release in a live production environment.
Aptori works by using AI to automate the process of API testing, from the discovery of your APIs and the creation of a semantic graph, to the autonomous testing of API sequences and the tracking of risk. This allows you to release with confidence, reduce costs, and reduce risk.
Application Security Testing (AST) identifies software application vulnerabilities to prevent unauthorized access, data breaches, and other security threats.
AST is crucial for safeguarding your applications against cyber threats, ensuring data integrity, and maintaining customer trust.
DAST, or Dynamic Application Security Testing, is a security testing method that analyzes a running application to identify vulnerabilities that could be exploited during real-world attacks. Conducted from an external perspective, DAST is crucial for detecting security flaws in an application's operational environment.
API security testing is a method used to identify and mitigate potential security vulnerabilities in Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). It involves examining the API from a security perspective to ascertain if it is safe from malicious attacks and can protect sensitive data from unauthorized access or manipulation.
API security testing brings tremendous benefits by ensuring your data's safety and integrity. It helps identify and remedy potential vulnerabilities, guarding against attacks that could lead to data breaches.
Shift-Left security testing is a proactive approach to software security that integrates testing measures early and throughout the development lifecycle. "Shift-Left" signifies the movement of security considerations toward the initiation stage. It promotes "building security in" from the beginning, resulting in safer, more secure software. It fosters a culture of shared responsibility for security.
Developer-first security proactively integrates security protocols into the software development process from the onset, replacing the notion of security as an afterthought. This strategy ingrains security considerations into the code-writing phase, empowering developers to champion the safety of their code and cultivating a culture of shared security responsibility.
Shift-Left testing proactively integrates security at the early stages of development, allowing early detection and mitigation of vulnerabilities. Conversely, Shift-Right extends security into post-production, involving real-time monitoring and testing under real-world conditions to ensure resilience and rapid response to security issues. The optimal strategy is a comprehensive "Shift Everywhere" approach, embedding security from initial design to post-production.
Semantic Testing leverages the power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to understand your API, allowing Aptori to mimic user behavior and formulate test scenarios for all conceivable API usage sequences. This empowers developers to scrutinize and pinpoint flaws in the application's business logic prior to its production release. The key advantage of semantic testing lies in its ability to generate test scenarios without examining live traffic, guaranteeing comprehensive testing of all APIs and ensuring no vulnerabilities exist before release.
The key advantage of AI-driven semantic testing lies in its ability to generate test scenarios without examining live traffic, guaranteeing comprehensive testing of all APIs and ensuring all business logic defects and vulnerabilities in the API are fixed before they are launched into production.