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OWASP API1: Broken Object-Level Authorization (BOLA)

Object-level authorization is a security mechanism that ensures users can only access objects to which they have permission. A situation where one user has access to the data of another user is known as “broken object-level authorization.”

  • How hackers exploit it
  • Why you should care
  • Why traditional tools will not protect you
  • How to combat BOLA threats
  • How Wib can help you

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OWASP Top 10

OWASP API1: Broken Object-Level Authorization (BOLA)

Object-level authorization is a security mechanism that ensures users can only access objects to which they have permission. A situation where one user has access to the data of another user is known as “broken object-level authorization.”

  • How hackers exploit it
  • Why you should care
  • Why traditional tools will not protect you
  • How to combat BOLA threats
  • How Wib can help you

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Related Resources

OWASP Top 10

OWASP API9: Improper Asset Management

OWASP Top 10

OWASP API8: Injection

OWASP Top 10

OWASP API7: Security Misconfiguration