APIs overview

August 8, 2023
July 9, 2024

All discovered APIs and any APIs you have created are listed in the APIs tab on the platform.

When viewing APIs you can choose grid or list view. Toggle between grid and list to change the view.


Use the filter function to filter for specific APIs. You can select to filter by:

  • Application
  • API
  • Cloud Platform
  • AWS Account ID
  • Azure Subscription ID
  • Google Cloud Project Number
  • AWS Region
  • Endpoint
  • Azure Resource Type
  • Name
  • Created By

Click Filter, select the filter type from the dropdown. Select an option, or multiple options from the is one of dropdown. Click Confirm.

Multiple filters can be added.


Click Download to download a CSV file of the API data. Learn more about how to download.

API information

Click the API card or title to view more information about that API.

In the API information you can view the associated:

  • Dashboard
  • Requests
  • Tokens
  • Specifications
  • Findings
  • Details

API Dashboard

The API dashboard provides an overview of the API:

  • The graph displays the aggregate of API requests grouped by apps. Hover over the graph to get a breakdown of the API requests for that time.
  • The map indicates the API requests grouped by the top 1000 locations.
  • The donut chart in the dashboard displays the total number of API requests. These API requests are grouped by status codes. Hover over the chart to get API request total of a particular status code.
  • The findings overview displays the number of findings that have been discovered. These are broken down by severity. Click View findings to be directed to the Findings page on the platform. Learn more about Findings here.


In the Requests tab, you can view the incoming requests and their details. The requests table can be filtered by time. Select from:

  • Last hour
  • Last day
  • Last month
  • Last 3 months
  • Custom

Select Custom and enter a Start date and an End date to filter by a specific date and time.

The Polling Interval indicates how often the page data reloads from the API, in minutes. Select the polling interval from the dropdown.


In the Tokens tab, you can view or create tokens for that API. Learn how to Create an API token. 


In the Specifications tab, you can view or create any specifications for that API. Specifications can be used to group information for an API. Creating a specification on the platform enables you to view the inventory data. Learn more about Specifications


In the Findings tab, you can view any findings for that API. Learn more about Findings.


Actions are automated tasks performed on the API, which can be triggered by events or scheduled times. Click the Actions tab to view existing Actions or create new ones. Learn more about Actions.


In the Details tab, you can view further details about the API, including:

  • UUID
  • Creation time
  • Status
  • Created by