My latest project, Inject Detect is officially live and open to the public! If you have a Meteor application and you’re concerned about the threat of NoSQL Injection, I made this for you!
My original goals in building Inject Detect were to help safeguard Meteor application owners and developers from the most common vulnerability I’ve seen in Meteor applications: NoSQL Injection. I wanted to offer a more affordable and effective alternative to my hands-on security assessment process. Inject Detect is the result.
Inject Detect is designed to detect and notify you of potential NoSQL Injection attacks as they happen in your application. It does this by building up a set of “expected queries” and monitoring for any queries that are structurally dissimilar from any of the queries in that set.
In an “always on” utility service, affordability is key. Inject Detect uses a “pay-as-you-go” pricing structure where every processed query costs a mere one one hundredth of a cent ($0.0001). This means that the peace of mind afforded by Inject Detect’s watchful eye will never break your project’s bank.
In addition to using a “pay-as-you-go” pricing structure, I’m also giving new users an initial ten dollar ($10.00) account credit so you can try out Inject Detect on the house for as long as that balance lasts you.
If you’re interested in learning more about Inject Detect and NoSQL Injection, or are just curious about what I’ve been working on for the past few months, check out these related articles:
- What is NoSQL Injection?
- How do you Prevent NoSQL Injection?
- How do we Detect NoSQL Injection?
- Getting Started with Inject Detect
If you’re eager to cut to the chase, you can sign up for Inject Detect here!
I’m incredibly excited to see how Inject Detect can safeguard your application and your data. Don’t hesitate to reach out and let me know if you have any comments, feedback, or questions about the project.