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Jailbreak and Root Prevention

Welcome to the Jailbreak and Root Prevention Blog Series

Jailbreak and Root Prevention is an important tool that developers have to protect their apps. Hackers are very fond of jailbreaking and rooting because it offers them the fastest and easiest path to fully compromising a target app, system, network or human. This is because jailbreaking and rooting allow system-wide administrative access and control over a device and everything running on it.

This blog series provides the reader a rich perspective and insight on Jailbreak prevention in iOS app and Root prevention in Android apps. Subscribe today to stay in the know on trends and news around jailbreak and root prevention.

Mobile Developers Guide to Mobile App Security

By |2020-09-09T19:05:14+03:00August 30th, 2020|

I’m excited to blog about Appdome’s recently published “Mobile Developers’ Guide for Mobile App Security”. At Appdome we love helping developers solve the toughest problems in mobile app security, fast. And this guide is packed with extremely practical and useful content. Here’s a quick [...]

No-code Jailbreak & Root Prevention in iOS & Android apps

By |2020-08-16T10:20:34+03:00August 2nd, 2020|

Why do people (and hackers) Jailbreak iOS & Root Android? Hackers Jailbreak iOS & Root Android devices so they can unlock/control the OS and escalate administrative privileges. Once they control the OS, they usually try to disable security protections. This puts your app in [...]

Protect Mobile Apps Against This VPN Vulnerability

By |2020-08-12T05:11:39+03:00April 30th, 2019|

The Department of Homeland Security's April 12 alert on this VPN vulnerability on app security caught our attention. In it, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) pointed to a Vulnerability Note from Carnegie Mellon’s CERT Coordination Center that stated: “multiple VPN applications store the authentication [...]

Top 5 Ways to Prevent Mobile App Intrusion

By |2020-08-16T09:55:20+03:00January 17th, 2019|

The average cost of a corporate data breach is a whopping $3.86 million, according to a 2018 report by the Ponemon Institute. With the proliferation of smartphones, it is safe to say that almost all knowledge workers regularly access corporate data from their mobile devices. [...]