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Antoine Carossio
Antoine Carossio

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We built GPT Bot focused on API Security

Hey there πŸ‘‹
Since last week, OpenAI has been letting anyone create their own version of ChatGPT.

We've jumped on the hype train and decided to combine our API security expertise with ChatGPT's artificial intelligence.

So we've built a GPT Bot that assists security engineers with testing and securing APIs.

Here's how it can make your life easier:

1. Instant expert guidance

Need quick advice on how to perform a security assessment for your API? The API Guardian GPT Bot has got you covered! It can provide instant guidance on various security testing methodologies, including OWASP's API Security Top 10, and help you understand the ins and outs of API security.

GraphQL wordlist's recommendation by API Guardian:
GraphQL wordlist's recommendation by API Guardian

GraphQL wordlist's recommendation by ChatGPT:
GraphQL wordlist's recommendation by ChatGPT

It doesn't only provide you with a detailed reply but also recommends relevant links to the most useful Github repos.

2. Personalized recommendations

No two APIs are the same, and our GPT Bot understands that. It can analyze your specific use case and provide tailored recommendations for securing your API. Whether you're dealing with authentication, authorization, encryption, or any other aspect of API security, the GPT Bot can provide guidance tailored to your needs.

3. Stay up-to-date

API security is an ever-evolving field, and it can be challenging to keep up with the latest threats and best practices. The GPT Bot constantly updates its knowledge base to ensure that you're always armed with the most current information and strategies to protect your APIs.

4.Don't miss AI-generated API security jokes

We've decided to make our GPT Bot not only helpful but also funny (as far as you can go with AI-generated jokes, though). As a result, after each response, we hope to bring a smile to your face.

Go and test it out here πŸš€

If you encounter any issues, want to add your material to the knowledge base, have suggestions for improvement, or simply like to share your experience, please feel free to ping us on Twitter @escapetechHQ

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