As your go-to partner in GraphQL Security, we at Escape are constantly innovating to simplify and streamline security for you. We're proud of our reputation for crafting modern, dynamic application security testing (DAST) tools tailored to GraphQL, beloved by developers and trusted by security teams worldwide. From comprehensive
Why input validation and sanitization are important in GraphQL? GraphQL allows you to identify the data and validate inputs based on type information. By default, GraphQL Specification has the Int, Float, String, Boolean and ID Scalar types. But as a conscious API developer, you've probably come across situations
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Whether or not to disable introspection has been a common debate among GraphQL developers since its inception. In this blog post, we will explain why completely disabling introspection is not necessary and why it can be counterproductive. I can't really find any good reasons for blocking/removing #GraphQL
tl;dr We released OpenAPI.security, an online tool that performs a dozen of security tests on any given OpenAPI/Swagger-based API, with no signup or email required Our team at Escape is mainly focused on securing GraphQL APIs. For this, we developed a new approach called feedback-driven API exploration,
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If you have ever worked with GraphQL, you must know that ensuring proper data segregation and access control is implemented correctly is a nightmare, especially in multi-tenant environments. Access control and data segregation are critical aspects of any multi-tenant application where multiple customers or tenants share the same application instance.
We are utterly excited to introduce GraphQL Armor compatibility with Yoga 2. When the GraphQL Ecosystem encounters Security A few weeks ago, we released GraphQL Armor, an open-source middleware to add a security layer on top of GraphQL endpoints and mitigate common attacks. GraphQL Armor blocks abusive requests by putting