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Welcome to the Mobile Fraud Prevention Blog Series

Appdome’s Mobile Fraud Solution stops mobile fraud before it starts. Appdome Mobile Fraud Prevention preempts the fraudster’s ability to harm users and businesses and employ the tools used to circumvent protections and commit fraud.

Mobile fraud is about abuse. It is about abusing the app, abusing the devices on which apps are installed, abusing the way apps are distributed and abusing the users. Fraudsters trick users to unknowingly inflict damage to themselves. Fraudsters and bad actors install undetected, malicious programs in other apps or directly on mobile devices. The methods fraudsters use to abuse, misuse and undermine mobile apps are large scale, automated and designed to turn mobile apps and mobile games into weapons against their users and makers.

This mobile fraud prevention blog series provides developers and game makers a rich perspective and insight on Android and iOS app fraud. Subscribe today to stay in the know on trends and news around mobile fraud prevention.

Ransomware: Mobile Apps Are the Weak Link

Malware can harvest unprotected network information stored in mobile apps, allowing fraudsters to launch ransomware attacks on the back end. This makes mobile apps the weak link when protecting your networks from ransomware attacks.

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Stopping Mobile Fraud With DevSecOps Ease

Appdome’s Mobile Fraud Prevention solutions allows mobile developers to fully embrace DevSecOps agility and speed, adding, deploying and publishing mobile fraud prevention inside Android and iOS apps fast – without a SDK, gateway, code or coding of any kind.

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Appdome - Stop Mobile Fraud Before It Starts

Stopping Mobile Fraud, Before it Starts

Stopping mobile fraud, before it starts. Mobile fraud is becoming the new Achilles’ heel for many organizations. Big Data, Event Monitoring and AI alone can’t stop mobile fraud. This blog discusses who to prevent mobile fraud.

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How Fraudsters Use Screen Overlay Attacks to Commit 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.

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Ransomware: Mobile Apps Are the Weak Link

Malware can harvest unprotected network information stored in mobile apps, allowing fraudsters to launch ransomware attacks on the back end. This makes mobile apps the weak link when protecting your networks from ransomware attacks.

Read More »

Stopping Mobile Fraud With DevSecOps Ease

Appdome’s Mobile Fraud Prevention solutions allows mobile developers to fully embrace DevSecOps agility and speed, adding, deploying and publishing mobile fraud prevention inside Android and iOS apps fast – without a SDK, gateway, code or coding of any kind.

Read More »
Appdome - Stop Mobile Fraud Before It Starts

Stopping Mobile Fraud, Before it Starts

Stopping mobile fraud, before it starts. Mobile fraud is becoming the new Achilles’ heel for many organizations. Big Data, Event Monitoring and AI alone can’t stop mobile fraud. This blog discusses who to prevent mobile fraud.

Read More »

How Fraudsters Use Screen Overlay Attacks to Commit 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.

Read More »

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