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Four Pillars of Detection

Four pillars of detection

The Application Security Platform analyzes your API and web application traffic to uncover malicious behavior based on the four common attack components: credentials, toolkits, infrastructure and behavior.

Shadow API Visibility

Shadow API Visibility

Shadow, deprecated, and those APIs that are out-of-spec can expose your organization to unseen security risks. You need runtime API visibility to regain control and protect your APIs from attacks that can lead to data loss and fraud.

API Abuse

API Abuse

Bots abuse legitimate API access to steal data and undermine critical business applications. You need a solution that can differentiate between access and abuse, and quickly enable a response. More about API Abuse.

Enumeration Attack

Enumeration Attack

Bots use automation to cycle through or enumerate and find alphanumeric identifiers within your API or web applications that can be targeted for malicious purposes. You need a solution that can differentiate real from malicious activity, and quickly enable a response. More about Enumeration Attacks.

Account Takeover

Account Takeover

ATOs are common attacks that leverage automation to compromise a user account and then commit fraud. You need a solution that can differentiate real from malicious user login activity, and quickly enable a response. More about Account Takeovers.

Fake Account Creation

Fake Account Creation

Automation is used to rapidly create fake accounts to commit fraud such as content scraping, signup bonus abuse, and reputation manipulation (fake reviews, fake likes, disinformation). Get solution that can differentiate real from malicious account creation activity, and quickly enable a response. More about Fake Account Creation.

Content Scraping

Content Scraping

The automated process of copying content, pricing, HTML and part numbers from one location to another for the purposes of committing fraud. You need a solution that can differentiate real from malicious content use, and quickly enable a response. More about Content Scraping.

Denial of Wallet

Denial of Wallet

Automated attacks that are designed to consume available resources and force you to scale your infrastructure while consuming budget. You need a solution that can differentiate real from malicious use, and quickly enable a response. More about Denial of Wallet attacks.

Denial of Inventory

Denial of Inventory

Using attack components to automate the discovery and partial purchase of goods and services with the intent of making a small profit and/or not allowing others to make the same purchase. You need a solution that can differentiate real from malicious use, and quickly enable a response. More about Denial of Inventory attacks.

Resources

Browse our library of datasheets, research reports, blogs, and archived webinars to learn more about our Application Security Platform.

Tales from the Front Lines: Protecting Financial Services Mobile Application APIs From Automated Attacks

Next week we will be at FS-ISAC in Washington DC (booth #60) to present (Monday, Nov. 18, 4:15PM-5:00PM) and talk with financial services organizations about how we can help them prevent fraud and theft that may result from automated account takeover attacks against their mobile and API-based applications.

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Tales from the Front Lines: How Third-Party APIs Simplify Enumeration Attacks

The last Tales from the Frontlines post focused on a single customer and the attack volume increase they experienced following the COVID-19 lockdown. In this installment, we will look at the increasingly sophisticated game of cat and mouse defenders are playing with attackers, including high-volume diversionary tactics commonly used as distractions from the real attacks.

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Tales from the Frontlines: Increasingly Sophisticated Cat and Mouse Games  

The last Tales from the Frontlines post focused on a single customer and the attack volume increase they experienced following the COVID-19 lockdown. In this installment, we will look at the increasingly sophisticated game of cat and mouse defenders are playing with attackers, including high-volume diversionary tactics commonly used as distractions from the real attacks.

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