Uses a custom API security assessment engine built specifically from the ground up to discover vulnerabilities specific to API deployments.

Consumes openAPI/ swagger /GraphQL files to map out the entire API which is designed to ensure the entire API gets a rigorous assessment. As your development team change the API over time, Edgescan detects the change and maintains security coverage.

Can deliver on-demand, continuous and scheduled API security testing.

All discovered vulnerabilities are validated and prioritized to make life easier for you and your development team.

Can consume API descriptor files (Swagger, JSON, WSDL, YAML) and automatically test documented methods.

Edgescan ASM delivers API discovery profiling to help you maintain an asset register of APIs live on your estate.

Discover APIs across your IP/CIDR ranges using our multi-layer API discovery technology – Find rogue or unknown APIs across your estate and alert you to new discoveries.

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What's the API security Challenge?


We handle it

We provide continuous security testing for the ever-growing world of APIs which are becoming ever more popular given the explosive growth in mobile apps and the fintech sector.

We are accustomed to providing rigorous testing of APIs in all their shapes and forms. This can include but is not limited to SOAP/XML, RESTful and other Web Services.

Our team built an API testing: Traditional web scanning tools simply don’t scan APIs with any rigor. Edgescan’s custom API technology maps an APIs method calls via ingestion of descriptor (swagger/opanAPI/GraphQL) files and also provide rigorous assessment coupled with intelligent expert validation.

Specific API vulnerabilities
discovered by Edgescan:

The Benefits

of API Security Testing

Complete API visibility

All API paths and endpoints are mapped in the Edgescan portal to help you see level of testing coverage

Discover Critical API

vulnerabilities using our custom API security technology and expert validation

Keep Pace

with the API as it changes. As the API changes so do your security tests.

Easily test

Headless API deployments, Not all API endpoints are accessible through a web UI or tested during a web app Pentest.

Discover

hidden and shadow API’s using our Discovery ASM Feature. Catalogue API’s across your global estate by supplying Edgescan with IP and FQDN lists.

Our Solution

  • No Limits:

    Scan on demand as much as you need. Scans can be invoked via API for DevOps environments and via the Edgescan portal.

  • Edgescan API Security Testing:

    combines technical and logical security testing, all of which is validated & supported by experts.

  • Coverage and Depth:

    Edgescan technology uses bespoke scanning engines in order to provide optimal coverage of the API. API vulnerabilities can be different from typical web application issues.

  • Intelligent Assessment:

    Edgescan API assessments also assess logical controls associated with the API; items such as authorization, request flooding, parameter manipulation and attribute injection are assessed to help ensure you have a strong security posture.

5 reasons why
choose Edgescan

Edgescan
Prioritizes Risks

Understand vulnerability criticality based on what's important to your business.

Our platform discovers, validates and prioritizes your organization's most critical risks, making it easy for your security and IT teams to know where to focus first.

Edgescan maps all validated vulnerabilities to the Cyber and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Known Exploited Vulnerabilities (KEV). As exposures are discovered you can prioritize based on if they are being used by cyber criminals in the wild.

Our unique validation and prioritization approach helps you focus on which vulnerabilities to focus on to make the most positive impacts to your business' security posture.

As vulnerabilities are discovered which are known to be exploited, automatically alert your teams to act quickly. Once the fix is applied retest on demand, no problem.

Platform's automatic risk prioritization is based on:

  • Attackers' priorities
  • Business context
  • Likelihood
  • Remediation complexity
  • Ease of exploitation

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