Wallarm

San Francisco, CA, USA
2014
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We're gearing up with some seriously cool stuff for Black Hat! But first, a little sneak peek - not just one, but TWO of Wallarm's open-source tools will be featured in the Arsenal showcase at Black Hat USA this year. Black Hat Arsenal unites researchers and the open-source community to display their newest open-source tools and products, allowing presenters to engage directly with attendees. Its schedule is now live, so save the date to watch presentations of API Firewall and GoTestWAF.
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Polyfill.io helps web developers achieve cross-browser compatibility by automatically managing necessary polyfills. By adding a script tag to their HTML, developers can ensure that features like JavaScript functions, HTML5 elements, and various APIs work across different browsers. Originally developed by Andrew Betts, Polyfill.io injects JavaScript polyfill libraries based on the user agent or other characteristics, streamlining code maintenance.
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Labeled as CVE-2024-6387, the recently discovered vulnerability in OpenSSH has become a serious cause for concern among Linux servers. OpenSSH is a collection of networking tools built on the Secure Shell (SSH) protocol. It is widely utilized to secure remote logins, manage and administer remote servers, and transfer files through SCP and SFTP. Nicknamed as the “RegreSSHion Bug”, Researchers at Qualys initially identified the vulnerability in May 2024.
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A security flaw that impacts specific versions of GitLab's Community and Enterprise Edition products was just detected. This vulnerability can be exploited to execute pipelines under any user's credentials. GitLab is a web-based DevOps platform offering tools for software development, version control, and project management. Launched as an open-source project in 2011, it has become a powerful solution used globally by millions.
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PrestaShop is a free, open-source E-commerce platform launched in 2007. Built with PHP and MySQL, it offers customizable, scalable solutions for online stores. Features include product management, inventory tracking, and payment processing. Supporting multiple languages and currencies, it's ideal for small to medium businesses worldwide. Built by Promokit, the pkFacebook add-on integrates PrestaShop with Facebook, enabling product catalog sync, dynamic ads, and Facebook Shop creation.
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ASUS recently issued a firmware update to resolve a critical security vulnerability affecting seven different variants of its router models. Identified as CVE-2024-3080 with a CVSS v3 severity score of 9.8 (critical), the vulnerability permits remote attackers to take control of the affected router models without needing any login credentials.
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On March 31st, 2024, The Payments Card Industry Standards Security Council (PCI SSC) officially retired version 3.2.1 of the PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) with the publication of its new sets of protocols and security standards for v4.0. With the continued rise in cyber threats against financial services and institutions, PCI DSS v4.0 supersedes version 3.2.1 to tackle evolving threats and technologies, facilitating enhanced approaches to counteract emerging types of cyber attacks.
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Whenever a company is notified about or discovers a critical flaw in their system/application that has the potential to be exploited by malicious elements, it’s termed a vulnerability. However, every time a flaw being actively exploited is discovered, code red is punched as the organization’s IT team officially has a Zero-Day vulnerability/exploit on their hands! A zero-day vulnerability is a software vulnerability discovered by attackers before the vendor has become aware of it.
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On May 21, 2024, Veeam revealed a severe flaw across its Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager (VBEM) web interface that enables an unauthenticated attacker to log into the web interface as any user. Officially designated as CVE-2024-29849, the vulnerability presents a major threat with a CVSS V3 rating of 9.8 (critical). VBEM is a web-based platform that allows administrators to oversee Veeam Backup and Replication installations through a web interface console.
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Check Point Cybersecurity has issued hotfixes to address a zero-day vulnerability in its VPNs that has been exploited to gain remote access to firewalls and potentially infiltrate corporate networks. On 27.04.2024 (Monday), the company initially alerted customers to an increase in attacks targeting VPN devices, offering guidance on how administrators can safeguard their systems.
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GoTestWAF is a tool for API and OWASP attack simulation that supports a wide range of API protocols including REST, GraphQL, gRPC, WebSockets, SOAP, XMLRPC, and others. It was designed to evaluate web application security solutions, such as API security proxies, Web Application Firewalls, IPS, API gateways, and others.
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Orphan APIs can lead to a host of unnecessary issues such as misallocated resources, maintenance issues, wasted development and testing time, and issues with maintainability, scalability, security and usability. Watch this quick demo to learn how Wallarm API Discovery helps you identify and manage any Orphan APIs in your portfolio.
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API Abuse can be harder to prevent than web application attacks. This quick demo of the Wallarm API Abuse Prevention solution shows how our unique, integrated approach to addressing malicious automated behavior puts you back in control.
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In today's rapidly evolving digital landscape, securing APIs against emerging threats is crucial. Wallarm offers essential solutions for safeguarding both new and legacy APIs and web applications. Tim Ebbers, Field CTO, and Stepan Ilyin, Co-Founder, present this insightful product democast of the Wallarm platform, highlighting key components and recent enhancements.
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Learn how you can identify undocumented and unmanaged APIs in the Wallarm console with our new and improved Shadow API Detection capability.
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The OWASP API Security Project team recently posted the Top-10 API risks Release Candidate (RC) for 2023. Last updated in 2019, this new version is designed to help organizations understand the top threats against APIs and how to secure them. In this webinar, we will dig into the OWASP API Security Top-10 2023RC and discuss: We will share some of our data-driven insights, derived from our quarterly API ThreatStats(tm) Reports, and show how you can protect your APIs in real-time from the most impactful API threats.
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The OWASP API Security Top-10 risks Release Candidate (RC) is now out for comment. This new version is designed to update your understanding of the top threats against APIs and how to secure them. In this deep-dive webinar, we will dig into each of the OWASP API Security Top-10 2023 RC risks and discuss: The focus of this 2nd webinar in the series will be on what practitioners – builders, breakers, defenders, and DevSecOps – need to know to better protect their APIs.
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Learn how to protect your APIs from malicious automated behavior like API abuse bots, account takeover (ATO), fake accounts, spamming, scalping, vulnerability scanning and content scraping.
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Learn about our CVE Exposure capabilities, which provides in-depth insight into vulnerabilities and attacks against your APIs, and how to remediate these issues.
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Learn how to detect, remediate and control leaked API secrets like API keys, credentials, tokens and more which could lead to a breach of our APIs.
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The main task of the run-time application security is to protect modern applications and APIs. In this endeavor the solutions face a number of challenges: Download this whitepaper to learn how Wallarm solves the difficult task of effective application security by relying on AI and machine learning including a unique combination of hierarchical clusterization, statistical n-gram based models, recurrent neural networks and reinforcement learning.
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Attack detection is critical for most security solutions, whether we are talking about a load balancer-based (NIDS, WAF), host-based or in-application solutions (HIDS, RASP). Interestingly, regardless of the differences in architecture and data flow, most solutions use similar detection principles and techniques. We will explore how the detection architecture evolved over time and how the new generation of detection logic, such as the architecture implemented by Wallarm, is principally different from that of the legacy solutions.
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In this comprehensive Q2-2023 report, we reflect on an intensified API threat landscape, underlining prevalent threat vectors, susceptible APIs, and new dimensions in the API security arena. With the inclusion of bug bounty analysis and our inaugural API Security Awards, this report provides granular insights into the current state of API security.
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The following guidelines will help senior stakeholders set strategy to secure modern applications, learning: Applications are the operational mechanism for how a modern enterprise conducts transactions and uses data. Whether internal or customer-facing, apps are critical for your successful business operations. That means securing apps should be a business priority.
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This 2022 recap report looks back at the deteriorating API threat landscape, the most prevalent types of threat vectors, the most vulnerable types of APIs, and much more to provide API security and DevOps teams the data-driven insights needed to improve API security in 2023. One of the main take-aways is that the API threat landscape is becoming ever more dangerous. We make this assessment based on the 2022 data, and specifically these four trends.

Security and DevOps teams choose Wallarm to discover all cloud-native APIs and legacy web applications running in their environment, and to detect & respond to threats against them.

Whether you need to protect your brand-new cloud-native APIs or your legacy web apps, Wallarm API Security platform delivers all the capabilities to secure your business against emerging threats.

Comprehensive Protection for APIs and Web Applications:

  • Coverage: Protect all your internal and public-facing APIs & web applications regardless of protocol across your entire infrastructure to ensure comprehensive protection.
  • Detection: Identify, consolidate and prioritize advanced risks – including OWASP Top-10 risks, API-specific threats, and API abuse – to improve security team effectiveness and reduce workload.
  • Response: Assess and remediate any weaknesses which expose you to attack and automatically add new against any further breaches.

Protect Apps in a Cloud-Native Era.