API Firewall Container protects REST APIs exposed by microservices deployed in Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS). The firewall enforces the Positive Security Model based on the API definition (in OpenAPI format). The firewall gets automatically deployed within the microservice pods and enforces security on calls and responses with submillisecond overhead.
Automatically Apply Protection at Deployment Time
API Security is rapidly becoming one of the primary cybersecurity threats. APIs are proliferating due to the wide adoption of mobile apps, rich web applications, smart devices, and microservices architectures. Combined with the use of cloud services, this radically expands the attack surface compared to traditional web application user interfaces. With so many entry points often widespread in the network architecture, the perimeter defense with WAF in front of a server is no longer enough to ensure all entry points are protected.
To address these issues, 42Crunch Platform moves the defense from the network perimeter to in-depth directly in front of your APIs. With API Protection, you can protect each API from malicious intents with an API micro-firewall. The micro-firewall is tailored to your APIs, so it can distinguish hacking API calls from legitimate API traffic, unlike a traditional WAF-based solution.
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