Where in the web API ecosystem are providers open to attack? An API may be vulnerable to attack for a number of reasons. Learn how to super proof your API to avoid DDOS attacks, spoofing, SQL injection, reverse-engineering, and other methods. Arm yourself with information on who is behind cyber warfare, and how you can prevent embarrassing exploits.

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