No-Code Mobile App Security

FIPS 140-2 Encryption
All Android & iOS Apps

Appdome’s DevSecOps build system delivers no code Android & iOS data encryption that complies with the Federal Information Processing Standards Cryptographic Modules (FIPS) in the DevOps CI/CD pipeline. Appdome encrypts mobile app data entered by mobile users, or downloaded and stored by the app in the application sandbox, files strings, resources, preferences, native libraries (.so), and more. Protect mobile app and user data. Prevent mobile data breaches using advanced in-app, FIPS 140-2 cryptography. Encrypt native and framework based iOS apps, including Swift, Flutter, React Native, Unity, Xamarin, Cordova and more, quickly and easily, all right inside the DevOps CI/CD.

Appdome's No-Code FIPS 140-2 Encryption Delivers

Encrypt Data at Rest and in Transit

Upgrade industry standard AES 256 Encryption to FIPS 140-2 Cryptography to protect mobile app data and network connections.

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Comply with FirstNet and NIST Standards

Use Appdome to build secure mobile apps that comply with FirstNet and NIST standards, in seconds, no code or coding required.

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Complete Mobile Data Encryption

Use FIPS 140-2 cryptography to protect all the areas of the app, including the app sandbox, file system, secrets, strings, and more.

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Meet FIPS 140-2 Encryption's Best Friend

FIPS 140-2 Encryption is considered the security benchmark for sensitive but unclassified data, and critical for government agencies, and the contractors and vendors who work with them. Use Appdome to implement FIPS 140-2 Cryptographic Modules in any iOS and Android app, using only FIPS 140-2 approved checksum algorithms (SHA-1, SHA-224, SHA-256, SHA-384,SHA-512, SHA-512/224 and SHA-512/256). Ensure that the data connections used by the app, only use FIPS 140-2 compliant certificate and certificate-chain verification methods (X509_verify_cert). And in addition, guarantee that only FIPS 140-2 compliant encryption and hash algorithms will be used in the TLS handshake.

Looking for a faster and easier way to Become FIPS 140-2 Compliant?

For mobile apps, the FIPS 140-2 Encryption guidelines specify the minimally acceptable security requirements for critical security parameters (CSP) including cryptographic modules, libraries, cipher suites, encryption algorithms, key strength, key derivation methods, and transmission protocols used by all cryptographic elements to secure data at rest, in use, and in transit. Make sure your mobile apps are FIPS compliant!

Data at Rest Encryption

Appdome protects mobile app data with FIPS 140-2 Cryptography. Discrete blocks of data are encrypted and placed in a self-contained and segregated environment to isolate mobile app data from other resources. This prevents non-secure apps on the same device or different devices to decrypt and open this encrypted data. Appdome’s FIPS 140-2 implementation makes use of FIPS 140-2 compliant RNG to generate unique IVs (Initial Vectors), and the AES-256 block-cipher.

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Data in Transit Encryption

Appdome’s MitM Prevention features use FIPS 140-2 compliant certificate and certificate-chain verification methods (X509_verify_cert). In addition, only FIPS 140-2 compliant encryption and hash algorithms will be used in the TLS handshake. Appdome uses only FIPS 140-2 compliant cryptographic functions when establishing TLS connections. When used in Session Hardening mode, the outward facing connection will be established using FIPS 140-2 cryptographic functions, thus making all outgoing TLS connections FIPS 140-2 compliant.

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Secrets, Strings, Resources and Preferences Encryption

Encrypts keys, shared secrets, tokens, user preferences (username, email, contact info and other PII). With FIPS 140-2 enabled, Appdome uses FIPS 140-2 compliant RNG to generate unique IVs (Initial Vectors), and the AES-256 block-cipher.

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Shared Libraries Encryption

Encrypts dynamic shared libraries, which contain native code stored inside an app package. For instance, if an attacker loads an Android app into a reversing tool, such as IDA or Hopper, Appdome ensures the attacker can’t access dynamic libraries even if they are extracted directly from app binary or device. Appdome’s Non-native code obfuscation makes use of FIPS 140-2 compliant RNG to generate unique IVs (Initial Vectors), and the AES-256 block-cipher.

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Checksum Validation

Performs checksum validation to calculate a unique hash or fingerprint of binary data and assets and validates them at runtime. This prevents changes to the app, its resources, code, and configuration. Appdome’s Checksum validation computes and verifies only using FIPS 140-2 approved checksum algorithms (SHA-1, SHA-224, SHA-256, SHA-384, SHA-512, SHA-512/224 and SHA-512/256).

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Certified Secure™ with Every Build

With Appdome's Certified Secure™ mobile app security certification, every mobile app release is certified-protected with the FIPS 140-2 encryption and other protections added to Android and iOS apps on Appdome. Certified Secure™ is the perfect complement to DevSecOps strategies. It can be used in "go, no-go" release meetings, compliance verification and to reduce reliance on code scanning services.

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With Appdome, we were able to accelerate the deployment of the MyNavyPortal app and also provide the highest levels of security.

David Driegert, assistant program manager for MyNavy Portal
Mobile Applications at the Enterprise Information Systems PMW 240 Sea Warrior Program.

Explore the Mobile Data Encryption Knowledge Base

Find detailed “step-by-step” instructions on using no-code Mobile Data Encryption for Android and iOS apps built in Android Studio, Java, Kotlin, C++, Ionic, React Native, Flutter, Cordova, Swift, Objective-C, Xcode, Xamarin, PhoneGap, and more. Learn how to protect any Android and iOS app from Data Breaches fast. Includes information on the patented technology that powers the Appdome mobile security platform, illustrated guides, mobile developer tips and more.

How to Eliminate Framework Dependencies in Mobile Data Encryption

How to Eliminate Framework Dependencies in Mobile Data Encryption

This blog discusses how to eliminate framework dependencies in mobile data encryption and how developers can overcome compatibility issues and other complications they face when implementing data-at-rest encryption for iOS and Android apps.

Protect Native and Framework-Based Android & iOS Apps in DevOps CI/CD with Ease