Api Security Best Practices

These are the Best API security Practices to secure exposed APIs from getting hacked

Only expose that which is required

Proper Authentication

Proper Validation of the Data

Implement Proper Rate Limiting

Using WAF to secure against OWASP TOP 10 API attacks

TLS V 1.3 SSL to secure your APIs

Using API Gateways to have proper management of APIs

Use Web Application Firewall

 

Common Vulnerabilityies and Exposures

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CVE-2022-41157 : KYUNGRINARA ERP SOLUTION SERP SERVER HARD-CODED CREDENTIALS

CVE-2022-41157 : KYUNGRINARA ERP SOLUTION SERP SERVER HARD-CODED CREDENTIALS

Description A specific file on the sERP server if Kyungrinara(ERP solution) has a fixed password with the SYSTEM authority. This

CVE-2022-45884 : LINUX KERNEL UP TO 6.0.9 DVBDEV.C DVB_REGISTER_DEVICE USE AFTER FREE

CVE-2022-45884 : LINUX KERNEL UP TO 6.0.9 DVBDEV.C DVB_REGISTER_DEVICE USE AFTER FREE

Description An issue was discovered in the Linux kernel through 6.0.9. drivers/media/dvb-core/dvbdev.c has a use-after-free, related to dvb_register_device dynamically allocating

CVE-2022-41875 : OPTICA UP TO 0.10.1 JSON OJ.SAFE_LOAD DESERIALIZATION

CVE-2022-41875 : OPTICA UP TO 0.10.1 JSON OJ.SAFE_LOAD DESERIALIZATION

Description A remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability in Optica allows unauthenticated attackers to execute arbitrary code via specially crafted JSON