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What do you know about your APIs? Why are the vulnerable v2 and v3 still exposed if they are deprecated for almost a year? What else is exposed and you don’t even know? Are Swagger specs up to date? (Teaser: Surely not). A lot of questions, right? Meet Wallarm’s latest feature for API Discovery and Observability to better understand and protect your APIs in cloud-native environments. What is Wallarm API Discovery? Wallarm API Discovery identifies…

HTTP/2 become the standard defacto for the modern web and causes new application security risks. The HTTP2 request smuggling is one of a few HTTP/2 vulnerabilities with the high severity that raised last year. In this post, we will describe it in detail and suggest an open-source tool http2smugl that detects such kinds of vulnerabilities. HTTP/2 is the thing that already took an Internet. According to the Wikipedia: “The standardization effort was supported by Chrome,…

New critical Apache Unomi exploit was released yesterday. As an official press release says: “Apache Unomi is the industry’s first reference implementation of the upcoming OASIS CDP specification (established by the OASIS CXS Technical Committee, which sets standards as a core technology for enabling the delivery of personalized user experiences). As a reference implementation, Apache Unomi serves as a real world example of how the standard will be stable, and is quickly gaining traction by…

An easy to use Cloud WAF and API protection package We are thrilled to announce the launch of the new Wallarm Cloud WAF deployment for Wallarm Cloud-Native Security Platform. Get your application protection up and running in 15 minutes, without any installation at all. You can now gain protection across a full portfolio of your applications, APIs, and serverless workloads without any agent installation at all. Typically Wallarm customers install Wallarm nodes as Kubernetes Ingress…

In the recent post (https://lab.wallarm.com/340-weak-jwt-secrets-you-should-check-in-your-code/), we presented a wallarm/jwt-secrets GitHub repository with a 340 JSON Web Token secrets available publicly. Using this data, it’s possible to check if you or your developers forgot to change default secrets or used a weak 3rd party library with it. However, the project was not stalled and nowadays we are happy to announce a huge update, which includes more than 1800 new JWT secrets grabbed from public sources like…