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Dev Sec Blog

Welcome to Appdome’s DevSec Blog

Our DevSec blog is dedicated to the topics, best practices and cybersecurity research needed by mobile developers (DEV) and cybersecurity (SEC) teams in the modern mobile DevOps pipeline.

In this DevSec blog we’ll share our research and best practices in securing Android & iOS apps. Our goal is to help mobile developers and cyber security teams stay ahead of mobile app hackers, attackers, pass mobile application penetration tests, and make mobile DevSecOps compliance easy.

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Ransomware: Mobile Apps Are the Weak Link

Malware can harvest unprotected network information stored in mobile apps, allowing fraudsters to launch ransomware attacks on the back end. This makes mobile apps the weak link when protecting your networks from ransomware attacks.

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Blog How Fraudsters Use Screen Overlay Attacks To Commit Mobile Fraud

How Fraudsters Use Screen Overlay Attacks to Commit Mobile Fraud

A Screen Overlay Attack (sometimes also called Clickjacking) is an attack method whereby bad actors and fraudsters uses multiple transparent or opaque layers to trick a user into clicking on a button, window, or other UI element that is hidden underneath a fake screen that the attacker has placed on top of the real screen to hide it from view.

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Blog-Ransomware-Mobile-apps-are-the-Weak-link

Ransomware: Mobile Apps Are the Weak Link

Malware can harvest unprotected network information stored in mobile apps, allowing fraudsters to launch ransomware attacks on the back end. This makes mobile apps the weak link when protecting your networks from ransomware attacks.

Read More »
Blog How Fraudsters Use Screen Overlay Attacks To Commit Mobile Fraud

How Fraudsters Use Screen Overlay Attacks to Commit Mobile Fraud

A Screen Overlay Attack (sometimes also called Clickjacking) is an attack method whereby bad actors and fraudsters uses multiple transparent or opaque layers to trick a user into clicking on a button, window, or other UI element that is hidden underneath a fake screen that the attacker has placed on top of the real screen to hide it from view.

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