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Don't let your APIs become the next target

Act now to secure your digital assets and stay ahead of evolving cyber threats.

API and web application vulnerabilities stand as the primary conduits for attacks, posing significant risks to enterprises and their customers alike.
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Google Security Team found that 70% of websites had at least one security vulnerability (2023)

Attacks targeting APIs increased by 400% over the last year and affected more than 60% of organizations
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By 2022, API abuses will move from an infrequent to the most-frequent attack vector, resulting in data breaches for enterprise web applications (2023)

Approximately 80% of web applications depend on third-party client-side JavaScript libraries which pose a supply-chain attack risk
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82% of organizations have encountered one or more data breaches attributable to third parties, resulting in an average remediation cost of $7.5 million. (2023)

In May 2023, over 500 million records were exposed through vulnerable APIs, making 2023 a record-breaking year for API breaches.

With AI-driven attacks on the rise, defending against client-side threats has become more critical than ever. Our cutting-edge security solution offers robust protection, safeguarding your organization from sophisticated, automated attacks. Stay ahead of evolving threats and keep your data safe with our advanced security measures.

Additionally, AI algorithms continuously learn and adapt, allowing attackers to evolve their tactics rapidly in response to defensive measures. As a result, these AI-enabled threats have become not only cheaper and more frequent but also increasingly sophisticated, posing significant challenges to traditional security measures.

Industry Trends

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New types of attacks

Increasing digitalization creates bigger attack surface, and new risks in the ever-changing threat landscape
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Faster development means increased security risk

Accelerated development cycles drive innovation, but also open avenues for attacks, due to the security layers not keeping up with development.
A Data Theorem report surveyed nearly 400 organizations, finding that 92% experienced at least one security incident due to insecure APIs in the past year.
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More accessible apps - both for users and for attackers

Organizations are providing greater direct access to their services, but the APIs and application code are typically visible, accessible, and vulnerable.
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Not all of your libraries and modules are safe

Supply chain attacks are increasingly prevalent as organizations integrate more 3rd party services and resources directly into their systems.
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Your security might be compromised through complexity

Overly complex cyber security makes consistent protection difficult, putting immense strain on cyber organizations to maintain the security perimeter. As the challenges mount, finding an effective and agile response becomes paramount.

Security Concerns

An average web application is typically secured only at the transport layer by TLS. This means that everything happening on the client side is clearly visible, including the application code, user input data, and requests made by the application.

Unprotected JavaScript web application code, APIs, payloads, and native mobile applications are especially vulnerable to a variety of client-side attacks.

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Traditional WAFs do not protect against business logic attacks

Many web applications rely on a web application firewall (WAF), but its capabilities have limitations.
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Web applications change frequently

The anomaly-detection approach to API security presents a potential downside due to the frequent changes in web applications and corresponding API traffic.
A survey by ESG found that 75% of organizations update their APIs weekly or more frequently.
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Unveiling Shadow APIs

Frequent updates and easy deployment of APIs can lead to security teams being out of the loop. This rapid pace may result in unknown APIs, creating shadow IT and posing risks without proper protection and monitoring.
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Automating Critical Data Identification for API Security

Identifying critical data flow within the API ecosystem is crucial for prioritizing API security. Marks advises enterprises to pinpoint sensitive data locations and prioritize security measures accordingly. However, manual methods are often slow and error-prone.
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More tools don't mean better security

Many companies possess various security tools, yet they often fail to effectively secure APIs. Despite 74% claiming robust API security programs, tools like API security tools, web application firewalls, API gateways, DDoS mitigation, and bot management are employed by less than 60% of organizations. However, there is a disconnect between tool deployment and effectiveness.
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Slowed down deployment

The statistics are alarming: 90% of companies harbor API security vulnerabilities, with 50% classified as critical. Consequently, 59% have delayed new application deployment due to API security apprehensions, elevating API security to a C-level discussion in 48% of organizations.

Attacks We Prevent

Combining code obfuscation and WAF integration, Codesealer effectively prevents client and server-side attacks.

Server-Side Attacks

Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Prevention

Codesealer employs a range of robust security measures to prevent CSRF attacks, safeguarding the integrity of web applications and protecting sensitive data.
Techniques such as input validation, output encoding, and strict access controls are utilized to mitigate CSRF vulnerabilities and block unauthorized requests.
By validating each request's origin and enforcing strict access controls, Codesealer ensures that only legitimate and authorized requests are processed, effectively preventing CSRF exploits.

XPath Injection Attack Mitigation

Codesealer effectively mitigates XPath Injection attacks, safeguarding against vulnerabilities in XML-based applications and preventing unauthorized access or manipulation of data.
Advanced input validation techniques are employed to sanitize user input and ensure that potentially malicious XPath queries are not executed.
By implementing parameterized queries and input validation mechanisms, Codesealer prevents attackers from injecting XPath queries and exploiting vulnerabilities in the application.

Client-Side Attacks

Denial-of-Service Prevention

Codesealer tackles the threat of Denial of Service (DoS) attacks by significantly minimizing the risk of resource exhaustion, thereby ensuring continuous service uptime. One of its key strategies involves Application Throttling, a mechanism aimed at regulating the rate of incoming requests to prevent overwhelming the server resources.
By intelligently managing the flow of incoming traffic, Codesealer effectively mitigates the impact of DoS attacks, maintains the availability of the service, and ensures uninterrupted user access. This proactive approach to DoS defense not only safeguards the stability of web applications but also enhances the overall reliability of the server infrastructure.

Cross-site Scripting (XSS) Prevention

Codesealer effectively prevents cross-site attacks by thwarting groundwork exploits that hijack trusted user sessions. Through robust session management techniques and advanced tokenization mechanisms, Codesealer ensures that only authenticated and authorized users can access sensitive resources within the web application.
By validating each request's origin and enforcing strict access controls, Codesealer mitigates the risk of attackers impersonating legitimate users and gaining unauthorized access to privileged functionalities or sensitive data.

Man-in-the-Middle Attack Prevention

Codesealer provides robust protection against Man-in-the-Middle (MitM) attacks by ensuring the integrity of communication channels. By employing advanced encryption protocols and secure communication methods, Codesealer shields data as it traverses between client and server, preventing unauthorized interception or tampering by malicious intermediaries.
This proactive defense mechanism ensures that sensitive information remains confidential and unaltered throughout transmission, preserving the integrity and trustworthiness of the communication infrastructure. With Codesealer in place, organizations can confidently safeguard their data against MitM attacks, maintaining the confidentiality and integrity of their sensitive information.

Authentication Attack Prevention

Codesealer acts as a robust defense against authentication attacks, safeguarding user identities from unauthorized access attempts. By implementing authentication protocols and employing advanced security measures, Codesealer ensures that authentication information is obfuscated.
This proactive defense mechanism thwarts various authentication attacks, including brute force attacks, credential stuffing, and password spraying, thereby preventing unauthorized access to user accounts. With Codesealer's protection in place, organizations can maintain the integrity of their authentication systems and safeguard user identities from exploitation and compromise.

Supply Chain Attack Mitigation

Codesealer implements measures to secure the software supply chain and prevent malicious actors from tampering with dependencies or introducing malicious code into the application during the development process.
By verifying the integrity of third-party libraries, ensuring secure code distribution, and employing code signing techniques, Codesealer reduces the risk of supply chain attacks compromising the security and functionality of the application.

Reverse Engineering Protection

Codesealer incorporates obfuscation and code tampering detection mechanisms to deter reverse engineering attempts. By making it difficult for attackers to understand and modify the application's code, Codesealer enhances the security of client-side assets and mitigates the risk of intellectual property theft or unauthorized modifications.
Attacker toolbox disruption

As adversaries continually evolve their tactics, staying one step ahead becomes increasingly challenging for defenders.

Here is a list of typical attacker tools that Codesealer disrupts:

ActiveScan
Acunetix
Arachni
Burp Suite
Carberp
DSSS
Evilginx
Frontline
Havij mitmproxy
ImmuniWeb
Modlishka
Muraena
Reelphish
Repeater Dok
ScanQLi
SniffPass
sql-scanner
sqlifinder
sqliv
SQLMap
Threatspy
Ursnif
Wifiphisher

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