This Knowledge Base article provides 3 easy steps to notify users that custom keyboards are disabled. This protects mobile privacy and ensure data loss prevention.
When Appdome’s technology detects an app is running in a compromised environment, 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 that an unapproved keyboard or malicious keylogger has been installed.
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Please follow these 3 easy steps to notify users that custom keyboards are disabled
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 keylogging prevention. 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 keylogging prevention
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.
Check out the KB article on Appdome Mobile Security Suite
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