Indusface brings “Infinite API Scanner” - a plugin based extensible automated scanner
Indusface announced the Infinite API Scanner enabling better risk detection capabilities to businesses as well as Pen testing communities. This allows them to automate their test efforts and spend more of their time on thinking and less on executing the security test cases.
What is “Infinite API Scanning”? The real depth and value of effective API scanning currently are delivered only by doing manual assessments with a lot of time spent on executing test cases and reporting vulnerabilities with proof. The Infinite API Scanning approach bridges the gap between automated scanners and manual pen testers by allowing a tester to guide the scanner using minimal annotation by writing pluggable modules to extend the capabilities of the automated scanner. This approach allows them to get not only the benefit of scale from automation but also the depth of a manual approach to creating test cases. The boundaries and limits of what can be achieved via automation are broken and limited only by what the manual pen testers and the human brain can achieve.
Indusface is revolutionizing the API security space by building on its Risk-based API Protection capabilities as it announced earlier this year to further extend the Risk detection capabilities with the “Infinite” API Scanner.
With the Infinite API Scanner, you get:
• Automated API Scanning
• Extensible API scanner with pluggable modules that pen testers and in-house security teams can write to automate security test cases
• 24x7 support and proof of concepts to eliminate any false positives from automated scanners
Collectively through a multi-step approach, customers get to discover APIs, understand risk posture, and ensure a comprehensive risk assessment of APIs.
“Indusface Infinite API Scanning is unique as it breaks the silos between automated scanning and manual pen testing to get the best of both under one unified offering - Speed, coverage, and frequency of automated scans coupled with the depth and ingenuity of manual testing”, said Karthik K, CTO Indusface.
“This is a much-needed innovation as APIs are being increasingly targeted by hackers. This automation helps us focus more on threat vectors instead of carrying out tests,” said Rahul PK, an experienced Penetration Testing practitioner with experience as an individual consultant as well as managing Pen Testing Teams.
While the Infinite API Scanner is only available on paid plans, as part of the launch, you can try the API Scanner here for free.
Aerospike boosts Community Leadership and Enterprise Support for Spring Framework
Aerospike has released expanded functionality and engineering support for the Spring Frame...
VMware announces Limitless Possibilities for Partners
VMware has announced the next evolution of the company’s flagship VMware Partner Con...
SAP’s Datasphere simplifies customers’ data landscape
SAP India announced key data innovations and partnerships that give customers access to mi...
The new wave of start-ups in the country is a testimony to the entrepreneurial temperament of the youth
PHDCCI conducted “Bharat Startup Summit, 2023” The conclave through discussion...
Team Computers hosts an Experiential CXO Meet with Google Cloud in Goa
Team Computers has held an experiential event in collaboration with Google Cloud, bringing...
BPE showcases Energy Storage Solutions at ELECRAMA
Best Power Equipments (BPE) has presented Energy Storage Solutions (ESS) at ELECRAMA. The...
Synersoft Technologies organizes a Webinar on the problems faced by SMEs
Synersoft Technologies has organized a Webinar on “Solution to problems faced by SME...