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Build Better Mobile Data Encryption

In this Build Better Mobile Data Encryption blog series, we’ll share our mobile security research and cover the top attacks and threats against Android and iOS apps impacting iOS data encryption and Android app encryption. This includes data entered by mobile users and data downloaded by the mobile app. Mobile app data is stored throughout a mobile app, in the application sandbox, SD card, preferences, strings, resources or other areas. Understanding and defending against the growing diversity of mobile data exploits and mobile data breaches Android & iOS apps face is critical to ensuring mobile business integrity and an amazing mobile experience for all mobile users.

We’ll also share DevOps CI/CD and Data-Driven DevSecOps™ best practices, and highlight key operational and industry insights, to help you achieve mobile DevSecOps agility and follow mobile app protection best practices in CI/CD.

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Appdome TOTALData Encryption offers complete iOS data encryption and Android mobile data encryption

Mobile Data Encryption on Appdome: Easy and Unique

Appdome TOTALData Encryption is a complete and unique solution that is easy to implement. It uniquely encrypts both data stored in the sandbox as well as data stored throughout the code. And all encryption keys are dynamically generated at runtime and never stored in the app.

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Making Mobile MiTM Impossible

Making Mobile MiTM Impossible

As I wrote in my last blog, at Appdome, we continue to constantly revisit and improve our security features. In this blog, I will discuss how Appdome makes Mobile…

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Appdome TOTALData Encryption offers complete iOS data encryption and Android mobile data encryption

Mobile Data Encryption on Appdome: Easy and Unique

Appdome TOTALData Encryption is a complete and unique solution that is easy to implement. It uniquely encrypts both data stored in the sandbox as well as data stored throughout the code. And all encryption keys are dynamically generated at runtime and never stored in the app.

Read More »
Making Mobile MiTM Impossible

Making Mobile MiTM Impossible

As I wrote in my last blog, at Appdome, we continue to constantly revisit and improve our security features. In this blog, I will discuss how Appdome makes Mobile…

Read More »

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Blog Top 3 Ways Screen Overlay Attacks Are Used for Mobile Fraud

How Attackers Use 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…