No-Code Mobile Fraud Prevention

Stop Mobile Fraud
All Android & iOS apps

Appdome’s DevSecOps build system delivers no-code mobile fraud prevention inside Android & iOS apps in the DevOps CI/CD pipeline. Protect Android and iOS apps from synthetic fraud, spyware like overlay attacks and key logging, non-human actions like auto clickers, fake events, fake accounts, fake transactions and more. Add in-app protection against mobile bots attacks, Credential Stuffing, ATOs and more. Prevent mobile fraud in native and framework based Android & iOS apps, including Swift, Flutter, React Native, Unity, Xamarin, Cordova and more, quickly and easily, all inside the DevOps CI/CD pipeline. 

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Stop Mobile Fraud with a DevSecOps Build System
Fully integrated with Mobile Threat Intelligence to Boot

Complete No-Code Mobile Fraud Prevention

Protect Android and iOS apps against mobile fraud, malicious bots, identity fraud, synthetic fraud, auto clickers, fake events, ad fraud, sneaker bots, SDK spoofing & similar methods and tools that fraudsters use in ad fraud, account takeovers (ATO), identity theft, PII harvesting, accessibility service abuse and other forms of mobile fraud. 

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Mobile Fraud Defense with Full CI/CD Control

Create your mobile fraud defense in a DevSecOps build system purpose-built for the DevOps Ci/CD pipeline, & enjoy full Dev-APIs, Mobile Fraud Defense templating, versioning, version control, code freeze, event & user logging, Certified Secure™ mobile anti-spyware certification & scale for 1, 100 or 1000s of mobile apps.

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Fully Integrated Mobile Fraud Threat Intelligence

Keep track of mobile fraud threats impacting mobile customers and targeting your mobile business with Appdome’s Threat-Events™, for in-app attack intelligence and handling, or ThreatScope™, the industry’s only out-of-the-box mobile app security operations center (SOC) for mobile fraud prevention and defense. 

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Become Mobile Fraud's Worst Nightmare

With Appdome’s mobile DevSecOps build system, mobile developers get a triple benefit of (1) deploying comprehensive fraud prevention capabilities inside iOS apps with ease, (2) full analytics grade visibility into mobile fraud, and (3) being free from any coding, language, server, network and SDK based dependencies. 

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Mobile Fraud Prevention in CI/CD?

Request a live demo of Appdome's no-code Mobile Fraud Prevention solution. See how fast and easy it is to build mobile fraud prevention in Android and iOS apps in a DevSecOps build system. Deliver Certified Secure™ mobile fraud prevention and stop synthetic fraud, IVTs, non-human events, mobile bots, mobile spyware and more in DevOps CI/CD. Simplify mobile DevSecOps. Keep full control over the mobile user experience. No SDKs, no servers required.

Detect Mobile Fraud Farms

With Appdome's Mobile Fraud Prevention solution, you can detect when attackers use automated systems comprised of fake or virtual devices, emulated environments and legitimate programs like Android Debug Bridge (ADB) to impersonate real mobile users, create IVTs, and commit mobile fraud. Protect your mobile app against click farms, click jacking, ad fraud, auto-clickers, fake events, fake actions, fake accounts, keystroke injection, and product scalping. Prevent and stop fraudulent attribution, lost in app purchases, lost mobile ad revenue and damage to your reputation and brand.

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Prevent Synthetic Identity Fraud

Appdome's Mobile Fraud Prevention provides in-app protection that detects and blocks Android and iOS spyware used in plist harvesting, key loggers and overlay attacks. Prevent PII harvesting, input capture attacks, steal confidential data and trick users into granting the attacker escalated privileges. Detect malware that leverages clipboard, screen capture, screen mirroring and remote desktop capabilities to keep mobile end users safe when using your Android and iOS app. The information gathered by these methods sit at the root of synthetic fraud.

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Detect Keystroke Injection

Each mobile app has all the logic needed to carry out a synthetic identity fraud or Account Take Over (ATO) attack. All a fraudster has to do is turn that logic against the developer and apply well-known attack principles to complete the attack. Keystroke injection, or a "Rubber Ducky", is the process whereby an attacker uses a physical USB device connected to a mobile phone to inject 1000s of keystrokes into the target mobile app and complete the attack. Appdome's mobile fraud prevention solution detects the Rubber Ducky when it interacts with the protected app.

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Fraud Risk Profiling at the Mobile App Level

Using Appdome Threat-Score™, mobile developers and fraud teams can create and use detailed synthetic fraud attack data from their mobile app. Receive the ThreatScore™ from each version of the Android & iOS mobile app. Leverage hardened, high fidelity, real-time threat signals in-runtime. Each Threat-Score comes with detailed meta data on the synthetic fraud attack, including geo-location, Device ID, attack detail, and more. With Threat-Score, you know exactly what, when, where and how the synthetic fraud is attempted in your mobile app.

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Detect Auto-Clicker Apps

With Appdome's Mobile Fraud Prevention solution, developers can detect when on-device auto clicker apps, including automatic tap, click assistants, and other auto clicking apps, are interacting with the protected Android and iOS mobile app's buttons, links, ads, videos, fields and similar UI elements. Stop fake events, fake actions, prevent reward program abuse, referral program abuse, pay-per-click fraud, sneaker bots, and similar methods that fraudsters use in to gain unfair advantage and commit fraud.

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Detect Overlay Malware

Appdome's Mobile Fraud Prevention detects overlay attacks in Android & iOS apps. Overlay attacks are quickly becoming the go-to method of synthetic identity fraud, Account Take Overs (ATOs), credential theft, and password harvesting. In an overlay attack, the attacker uses a transparent field or screen (or fake version of the real screen) and places it over the legitimate app entry field, login page, sign up page, transaction, check out or other part of the mobile app. Mobile end users believe they are interacting only with the legitimate app, but instead, they are interacting with the attacker's malicious app as well.

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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 mobile fraud prevention 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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Prevent Credential Stuffing

Appdome's Mobile Fraud Prevention solution lets mobile developers and publishers block large scale credential stuffing and mobile bot attacks that lead to DDOS and ATOs at scale. Leverage Appdome's Mobile Bot Defense and Credential Stuffing attack solution to identify the legitimate mobile apps and connection requests and block malicious bots from accessing your mobile app network, resources and systems.

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Explore the Mobile Fraud Prevention Knowledge Base

Learn how to prevent synthetic fraud, block auto clickers, keyloggers and other malicious programs by adding fraud prevention capabilities to any iOS and Android app in seconds without any coding. 

Blog Top 3 Ways Screen Overlay Attacks Are Used For Mobile Fraud

Top 3 Ways Screen Overlay Attacks Are Used for Mobile Fraud

A Screen Overlay Attack (sometimes also called Clickjacking) is an attack method whereby bad actors and fraudsters uses multiple transparent or opaque layers to trick a user into clicking on a button, window, or other UI element that is hidden underneath a fake screen that the attacker has placed on top of the real screen to hide it from view.

Blog Top 6 Attacks On Employee Payroll Apps And How To Solve Them

Top 6 Cyber Attacks on Payroll Apps

This blog post will cover the top 6 attacks on employee payroll apps, as well as how to defend against them and avoid breaches.

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