Learn how to Prevent SSL Session Reuse and Session Reclaiming in Android & iOS Apps – no code or coding.
Mobile apps often store authentication information, credentials, tokens, or other artifacts to maintain state and improve the user experience. Whatever the reason, it’s prudent to take measures to protect this valuable information because stale sessions can also be reused and reclaimed by hackers and used in their attacks. And many times such reuse of sessions may go unnoticed for months or longer. Appdome detects and prohibits session reuse and reclaimed SessionID for stale TLS sessions so that hackers cannot reuse them in their attacks.
Appdome is a no-code mobile app security platform designed to add security features, like preventing SSL Session Reuse. This KB shows mobile developers, DevSec and security professionals how to use Appdome’s simple ‘click to build’ user interface to quickly and easily protect mobile data in transit.
Please follow these 3 easy steps to prevent SSL Session Reuse in iOS and Android apps.
For iOS apps:
For Android apps:
Prevent SSL Session Reuse is added to the app automatically whenever you implement Appdome MitM Prevention for any iOS or Android app.
Appdome’s no-code mobile app security platform offers mobile developers, DevSec and security professionals a convenient and reliable way to protect Android and iOS apps with Prevent SSL Session Reuse. When a user clicks “Build My App,” Appdome leverages a microservice architecture filled with 1000s of security plugins, and an adaptive code generation engine that matches the correct required plugins to the development environment, frameworks, and methods in each app.
Here’s what you need to build secured apps with Appdome Prevent SSL Session Reuse.
After successfully securing your app using Appdome, there are several available options to complete your project, depending on your app lifecycle or workflow. These include:
Or, see this quick reference Releasing Secured Android & iOS Apps built on Appdome.
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