API Brief #15

01/08/2022

Over 3200 apps leak Twitter API keys some allowing account hijacks

Bill Toulas talks about Over 3200 apps leak Twitter API keys some allowing account hijacks Cybersecurity researchers have uncovered a set of 3,207 mobile apps that are exposing Twitter API keys to the public Cybersecurity researchers have uncovered a set of 3,207 mobile apps that are exposing Twitter API keys to the public. This is a serious security breach that could allow hackers to access people’s Twitter accounts and steal sensitive information.
Over 3,200 apps leak Twitter API keys, some allowing account hijacks
21/07/2022

What is the info property in OpenAPI

Arnaud Lauret on the subject of What is the info property in OpenAPI? – This is the second post in the OpenAPI Specification Reference series. This series aims to provide complete cross-references for all aspects of the OpenAPI Specification.
03/08/2022

94 of survey respondents experienced API security incidents in 2021

Venture has an article about 94% of survey respondents experienced API security incidents in 2021 – 94% of organizations experienced security issues in production APIs in the past year. 20% stated their organization actually suffered from a data breach as a result.

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