GraphQL is a query language designed for processing data.

It’s most often used to communicate between the client and server. The biggest GraphQL advantage is that it’s very efficient in saving bandwidth as it serves the data with a single query using schemas. However, given its wide array of usage, GraphQL is very sensitive to vulnerabilities, and you’ll want to be 100% sure that your queries are well protected as these issues could lead to endless vulnerabilities on your app. In this article:

GraphQL Security Challenges
The 5 Most Common GraphQL Security Vulnerabilities 1. Inconsistent Authorization Checks 2. REST Proxies Allow Attacks on Underlying APIs 3

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