ARMR at a Glance

  • Declarative

    Secure your apps and APIs without touching code or risking dependencies

  • Low Cost

    Save resources by removing the need to manually implement fixes

  • Resilient Protection

    Save resources by removing the need to manually implement fixes

  • Production-Ready

    The only security engine that starts protecting immediately without painful implications to performance

Secure all your apps and APIs from a single source of truth


Change the behavior of a class at runtime


Change the behavior of CSRF, Headers, XSS, and TLS at runtime


Log and restrict DNS lookup performed by an application


Enable protection against SQL injection attacks


Control the access that an application has for executing external processes on the server


Safely protect system resources and components during deserialization

What is Security-as-Code (SaC)?

Security-as-Code is the practice of leveraging machine-readable definition files that use high-level descriptive coding language to automate security behavior. The immediate benefit of this approach is that the reliance on human intervention is drastically reduced and engineers can instead focus on the application development rather than fixing vulnerabilities manually.

How does it work?

Security-as-Code borrows CPU and GPU abstraction practices from great APIs like OpenGL to automate security behaviors. Whenever there are changes in security, the changes are made to the definition files and rolled out to the classes and files throughout the codebase as it’s security behavior is executed in the runtime; not in the cloud and then relayed back to the application.

Let us show you first hand how Waratek can help you with:

  • Autonomous protection – Fix known and unknown vulnerabilities in real-time without a single code change
  • Virtual patches – Virtually upgrade apps and dependencies like Log4j without code changes, vendor patches, or downtime
  • Removing gaps – Engrain protection within the DNA of your apps and APIs instead of relying on adjacent or parallel protection, which can allow vulnerabilities to slip through