Learn how to customize the App Compromise Notification that will display to a mobile user if Appdome detects that an app is running on a Untrusted Device.
When Appdome’s technology detects an app is running on a compromised device, the default behavior is to exit the app and display an App Compromise Notification to the mobile user.
This Knowledge Base article provides instructions on how to customize the App Compromise notification when Appdome detects the mobile application is running on a Banned Device.
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Appdome is a no-code mobile integration platform as a service (iPaaS), supporting a wide variety of implementations for Android and iOS apps easily. Using a simple ‘click to add’ user interface, Appdome allows anyone to add mobile app security to any iOS or Android app in seconds, no code or coding required.
Using Appdome, there are no development or coding prerequisites. For example, there are no Appdome SDKs, libraries, plug-ins, software or hardware to implement. Likewise, there are no required infrastructure changes. Users simply upload an Android or iOS app, select their choice of features from Appdome’s Security category, and click “Build My App”. The Appdome technology adds the chosen mobile security features to the app (plus any required standards or framework extensions) automatically, with no manual development work at all.
Follow these step-by-step instructions to customize the App Compromise Notification for Banned Device enforcement.
Here is what you need in order to build your app with Appdome mobile security:
Check out the KB article on the most common causes for an app to exit when Appdome security has been added to your app.
Check out the KB article on Appdome Mobile Security Suite
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