Aptori provides a comprehensive, automated approach to application security testing. The autonomous testing platform performs an Automated Penetration Test of your application. It runs attack scenarios specific to your application on each build, ensuring your software is built securely by design and default.
Aptori is a Developer-First API security testing solution that uses Semantic Reasoning to understand your Applications’ unique business logic and perform an automated penetration test of your Application to uncover vulnerabilities.
Aptori offers end-to-end, automated API penetration testing throughout the SDLC. The autonomous test platform leverages Semantic Reasoning Technology to run application specific attack scenarios for fast, efficient detection of complex business logic vulnerabilities. Easily integrated into your IDE and CI/CD pipeline, Aptori ensures secure and confident API releases.
Aptori uses an AI-generated semantic graph of your Application’s API to test the business logic of your Application. The significance of Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing, often abbreviated as VAPT, cannot be overstated. As Aptori intelligently tests sequences of API operations, it checks for functional defects and the full range of OWASP API security vulnerabilities.
Sift, our lightweight cross-platform CLI, enables developers to quickly and easily pen test their APIs and get fast feedback as they implement their code. Sift integrates into the IDE or the CI pipeline for autonomous 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 platforms, such as Jenkins, GitHub, and GitLab, and workflow management tools, including ServiceNow, Slack, and Jira.
Broken Object Level Authorization (BOLA) is the leading API security risk on the OWASP list. Aptori can automatically check all user access scenarios, including multi-user and group interactions, and quickly alert you to any policy violations. This ensures your live app remains secure against unauthorized access.
Aptori automates test creation for APIs, freeing developers to focus on coding features. The AI-driven tests catch defects and security issues early, making it cost-effective and easier to fix the issues.
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.
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 Penetration Testing, often called API Pen Testing, is a security assessment process that aims to identify vulnerabilities, risks, and security flaws in an Application Programming Interface (API).
APIs serve as the communication bridge between different software components. If they are not secure, they can become the weakest link in the system, making them a prime target for attackers.
Aptori uses Semantic Reasoning to understand your Application's unique business logic, and autonomously generate thousands of tailored attack scenarios to penetration test your APIs, uncovering elusive security vulnerabilities.
Ideally, API Pen Testing should be conducted at multiple stages of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC), including the development, staging, and production phases.
Common vulnerabilities include SQL Injection, Broken Authentication, Insecure Direct Object References (IDOR), and Cross-Site Scripting (XSS), among others.
While web app pen testing focuses on vulnerabilities in web applications, API pen testing specifically targets the security of APIs, which may not have a user interface.
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.
API Risk Assessment evaluates the security vulnerabilities and potential threats associated with an Application Programming Interface (API). The aim is to identify weaknesses that could be exploited, ensuring the API is secure and reliable. This assessment is crucial for safeguarding data and maintaining the integrity of applications that rely on the API.