Cybersecurity Reinvented


Making the world connected in confidence

What is AppCalcium

AppCalcium is a patent pending product that protects an application from inside, let application only do what designed to do.

AppCalcium is completely different from traditional cybersecurity solutions. We’re not anti-virus and WAF, not policy enforcement.

We work inside the application, know the application's business logic, and block all untrusted behaviors.

WordPress Security

WordPress is software you can use to create your own website, blog, or even an application. Since it was first released in 2003, WordPress has matured into a highly flexible “content management system,” or CMS. And today, it powers more than 30% of the entire web—including some of the most popular websites you’ve probably heard of.

AppCalcium provided end to end security solution for WordPress.
  • Customized Cloud Image for WordPress
  • Smart Web Security
  • Smart Content Security
  • AppCalcium to understand business logic

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End to End Solution for Web Applciation

  • Smart Application Security

    AppCalcium works inside web application, application server, serverless function, etc. Understands business logic, only let application do as designed.

  • Smart Web Security

    AppCalcium will learn the necessary web traffic, block all unnecessary traffic.

  • Smart Content Security

    AppCalcium learns the necessary content security polocy automatically and provide end to end protection


The solution works everywhere

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    Serverless Application

    Serverless shifts many service-level security concerns to the cloud. Recent audit found that one in five serverless applciations contained one or more critical vulnerabilities.

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    API Server

    Businesses use APIs to connect services and to transfer data. Broken, exposed, or hacked APIs are behind major data breaches. They expose sensitive medical, financial, and personal data for public consumption.

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    IoT Devices

    There are roughly 8 billion IoT devices connected today. By the early 2020s, it is estimated that there will be 25 to 30 billion IoT devices worldwide, and 25% of cyber-attacks will be targeting IoT devices.