Conviso's API supports seamless integration with existing tools and processes, enabling developers to customize security automation to their workflows for a consistent experience.
When to use Conviso API
With the Conviso API, you can perform a variety of actions related to application security, such as:
Project management and its related security activities;
Analysis and management of vulnerabilities from different sources;
Management of integrations with other tools and platforms;
Management of communication and notifications.
Note: There may be differences in output of the Conviso API, the Conviso CLI, and Conviso Platform Integrations.
Conviso API GraphQL
We use and recommend using our GraphQL API, it is available for you to try as endpoints are released, see the documentation here. Conviso's GraphQL API will replace Conviso's Rest API.
What is GraphQL?
GraphQL is a query language for APIs. It provides a complete and understandable description of the data in your API, gives clients the power to ask for exactly what they need and nothing more, makes it easier to evolve APIs over time, and enables powerful developer tools.
Conviso API Rest
The Conviso REST API is being deprecated. To ensure optimal performance and access to the latest features, we recommend switching to the GraphQL API for full benefits of updated technology.
Getting support for the Conviso API
If you have any questions or need help using our API, please don't hesitate to contact our support team.
By exploring our content, you'll find resources that will enhance your understanding of the importance of a Security Application Program.
Conviso Blog: Explore our blog, which offers a collection of articles and posts covering a wide range of AppSec topics. The content on the blog is primarily in English.
Conviso's YouTube Channel: Access a wealth of informative videos covering various topics related to AppSec. Please note that the content is primarily in Portuguese.
AppSec to Go - Conviso's Podcast on AppSec: Tune in to our podcast, where we discuss AppSec-related subjects, providing valuable insights and discussions. The podcast is conducted in Portuguese.