API Penetration Testing

Protect your API from latest cyber security risks.

We Can Help You In
  • Secure your APIs
  • Find and track vulnerabilities
  • Help you in fixing the vulnerability
  • Help you in standard and regulatory compliance

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Why Do You Need API Penetration Testing

By 2022 API exploitation will be the topmost web application security vulnerability. No emphasis on API testing, leads to incidents like user accounts being hijacked, application algorithm exposure, frauds, data thefts, network shutdown and etc.

Detects Vulnerabilities BEFORE THE LAUNCH.

Affordable Than Other Testing Methods.

Consistent And Reliable Performance

Reduction In Development Time.

Let us understand your context better and provide you with the best solutions.

What Types Of Compliance Can Be Achieved by Using Our Services?

Our services are specifically designed to help your organization comply with various cybersecurity standards, such as:

  • PCI-DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard)
  • GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)
  • HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act)
  • ISO/IEC 27001 (Information Security Management)
  • SOC 2 Type I & Type II (Service Organization Control)

Why Do You Need API Penetration Testing

API’s (Application Programming Interface) can be considered as the backbone of any web application. Virtually, company’s most valuable sensitive data is stored behind an API. Therefore, ensuring a hack proof API is critical.With QualySec, you get:

OWASP Top 10 API Testing

There is a rise of security issues due to API exploitation. Even OWASP has noticed it. Due to which, OWASP published their Top 10 version of API testing as well. We at QualySec, analyse your product for the OWSAP Top 10 API Testing.

Dynamic API Testing

The best API testing is running active tests against the API endpoints. Conducting dynamic API testing simulates a real attack on the API and detects vulnerabilities present in the codes developed by your development team. QualySec provides dynamic API testing for your product to ensure the security aspect of it.

Static API Testing

Static application programming interface testing is a security testing tool which scans though your source codes of the web application to distinguish any potential security vulnerabilities. Static application programming interface testing tool scans for patterns in the source code that might represent any security issues. The static testing tools are language based. Which means, languages of API and the API testing tool mist be the same.

Software Composition Analysis (SCA)

SCA testing tool that scan at the reliability of your web application. Furthermore, it runs a match through its database of known security vulnerabilities. By conducting API tests using this tool enables us to detect if the application is using a library or framework known for security issues.

what you get from Penetration test?

Penetration Testing Timeline

1-2
Days
Phase 1 'Presales'

Input: Client expectations

Evaluation: scope of work, cost, start Date, duration

Outcome: Signed Contract 

1
Hour
Phase 2 'Predelivery'

Input: Scope of work

Evaluation: Code, roles, credentials, accesses, etc.

Outcome: Validated and confirmed gathering form. 

1-3
Weeks
Phase 3 'Execution'

Input: validated scope of work and gathering form 

Evaluation: executed attacks as stated by scope and rules of engagement

Outcome: pentest report delivery meeting

1 Month
Up to
Phase 4 'Postdelivery'

Input: client request for remediation testing

Evaluation: retest of fixed vulnerabilities

Outcome: remediation report, letter of attestation and Qualysec security certificate"

Phase 5 'Review'

Client Feedback

Client Review on Clutch/Gartner/G2

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