Secure Your API, Secure Your Business

You Can design an API you think is ultra secure, but if you don’t test it, then a cybercriminal somewhere is going to do it for you” – API Security Expert- Mr. Jamal Hussain Shah

Advanced API Testing Techniques

Supercharge Your API: Comprehensive Testing for Unbeatable Functionality, Rock-Solid Security, and Peak Performance.

API Function Testing

Establishing comprehensive API testing protocols helps validate expected behavior for flawless functionality and identify and fix bugs early, ultimately enhancing the reliability and security of your systems.

API Security Testing

Implementing proactive security protocols is paramount to safeguarding API integrity and trust, as APIs risk data breaches and the leakage of sensitive information without robust security measures in place.

API Performance Load and Stress Testing

It’s crucial to conduct performance load and stress testing for APIs to ensure they can handle high volumes of traffic and intense usage scenarios without crashing or slowing down.

API Security Measures Guidance

Optimize API security through PCI-DSS compliance, gateway best practices, and reinforced server security, ensuring robust data protection and fostering trustworthiness, reliability, and user confidence.

Discover the Visionary Minds and Founding Innovators

Jamal Hussain Shah, CEO and API security expert, has a proven track record in penetration testing, functional testing, and performance optimization. With multiple certifications, including CISSP, ISO Lead Implementer, and Ethical Hacking, Jamal excels in cutting-edge security technologies.

Under his leadership, SINGTRADE offers trusted expertise in API security, functional testing, PCI-DSS compliance, and server API security, helping organizations strengthen their security posture and drive growth.

“API security is an ongoing quest, not a one-time achievement. Continuous and perpetual protection fosters trust, confidence, and long-term success in digital ecosystems.”

Jamal Hussain Shah

API security Expert – Pakistan

“Singtrade’s API security experts uncovered hidden vulnerabilities and provided actionable guidance, exceeding my expectations. Their expertise gave me complete confidence in our APIs’ security and reliability.”

Mr.Shehzad Saleem

CEO – Saudi Arabia

“Singtrade’s exceptional service gave us peace of mind and a secure application. Their team uncovered hidden vulnerabilities, maximized our performance, and ensured seamless load testing, exceeding our expectations. Highly recommended!”

Mr.Muhammad Amir

Software Eng.

Secure APIs, Empowering Business

Protect Your API, Protect Your Reputation

API endpoints are left open with no authentication, with organizations assuming these endpoints won’t be discovered. You should always assume they will be discovered, as attackers will try their best to find these endpoints. And you should protect all endpoints with security, regardless of whether they are documented, published, internal, or external.

Latest Articles

  • Crypto Trading Platform Breach: A Wake-Up Call for API Security

    A recent crypto trading platform breach highlights the importance of rigorous API testing and security. An attacker exploited a logic flaw, selling Ethereum as Bitcoin, which went undetected by automated tools. This incident emphasizes the need for thorough testing and human oversight to identify and address logic flaws and vulnerabilities. Don’t assume your APIs are secure – test and validate them regularly. If concerned, reach out to SingTrade for expert assistance in identifying and remediating vulnerabilities.

    May 5, 2024. Jamal Hussain Shah

    The Dangers of Cluster Bomb Cyberattacks: A Looming Threat to Organizations

    The “cluster bomb” cyberattack is dangerous for organizations because it exploits multiple API vulnerabilities at once, leading to severe data breaches, operational disruptions, and significant financial and legal consequences​. Testing Account Registration for Mass Assignment is crucial in detecting and mitigating vulnerabilities that could be exploited in a cluster bomb cyberattack.

    May 22, 2024. Jamal Hussain Shah


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