No-Code Mobile Bot Defense

Prevent Credential Stuffing
All Android & iOS Apps

Appdome’s DevSecOps build system delivers no-code, mobile bot defense in Android & iOS apps in the DevOps CI/CD pipeline.  Stop credential stuffing attacks, block fake apps, card cracking, account takeovers (ATOs), Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) and invalid traffic (IVT) attacks fast. Stop attackers from weaponizing the real or modified mobile apps in automated environments, emulators, virtualized devices, and modding platforms. Prevent mobile bots and credential stuffing in native and framework based Android & iOS apps, including Swift, Flutter, React Native, Unity, Xamarin, Cordova and more

Contact us to learn how to combine Mobile Bot Defense and Mobile Threat Intelligence in your Android and iOS mobile apps. No SDKs, servers, and no network upgrades required.

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Block Credential Stuffing with a DevSecOps Build System
Fully integrated Mobile Threat Intelligence to Boot

Block Mobile Bots at the Network w/o Added Servers

Detect malicious mobile bots and protect your mobile backend, APIs and authentication domains against credential stuffing attacks, ATOs, and automated attacks, block fake apps, and guarantee only authentic mobile apps and mobile app traffic connects to your network. No added servers, 3rd party SDKs, or code required.  

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Block Auto-Clickers, Fake & Invalid Traffic (IVT) in Apps

Block non-human events, like auto-clickers, mobile apps run in emulators, apps run in virtualized environments, debuggers, ADB and other sources of invalid traffic (IVT) from inside your Android & iOS app with advanced, client side defense against on device threats and attacks that trigger fake and invalid connections and traffic. 

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Fully Integrated Mobile Bot Threat Intelligence

Keep track of mobile bots, credential stuffing and other security 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 bot defense. 

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You build great mobile apps, we'll handle the Credential Stuffing Prevention.​

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

Try Appdome’s mobile bot defense solution and combine network level credential stuffing, ATOs and DDoS protection, with industry leading, client level, on-device protection against auto-clickers, emulators, virtualization, debugging tools and other forms of non-human, invalid traffic (IVT), fast. 

We’ve got mobile bot defense covered, so you can keep building the amazing mobile experiences we all love!

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Mobile Bot Defense in CI/CD?

Request a live demo of Appdome's no-code Mobile Bot Defense solution. See how fast and easy it can be to build mobile bot and credential stuffing defense in Android and iOS mobile apps in a DevSecOps build system. Deliver Certified Secure™ mobile bot defense, stop credential stuffing attacks, ATOs, mobile API attacks, IVTs, non-human events, mobile bots, fake apps and more in DevOps CI/CD. Simplify mobile DevSecOps. Keep full control over the mobile user experience. No SDKs, no network upgrades required.

Mobile Anti-Bot, No Server/SDK Required

Validate and authenticate legitimate Android and iOS mobile apps and app traffic, and block fake apps, malicious bots, app zombies, remote C&C networks, and other automated attacks from connecting to your network without an SDK, added servers or network complexity. Leverage existing WAF, Firewall or other common networking elements and avoid performance penalties, compatibility challenges and forced upgrades from SDKs and Network-Based solutions.

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Multiple Mobile Bot Defense Options

Validate and authenticate legitimate Android and iOS mobile apps and app traffic using a variety of options including: (1) static and dynamic client-side certificate options to prove mobile app authenticity during the the SSL/TLS handshake, (2) mobile traffic watermarking using private and secure header secrets from legitimate Android and iOS apps, and (3) Threat-Event™ device attestations for all attack and threat telemetry, including ThreatScores™ and more to block or deny connections.

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Integrated Client Mobile App Defense

Appdome's mobile bot and credential stuffing defense automatically protect Android & iOS apps against static and dynamic reverse engineering, instrumentation, debugging, emulators, simulators, debuggers, android app players, virtualized environment and more to protect your app's login sequences, block credential stuffing, card cracking, and stopping attackers from researching your app's logic and login flows, building fake and modding your mobile apps.

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Integrated MiTM Attack Prevention

No Bot Defense solution is complete if it does not protect the connection between the client mobile app and the mobile backend and APIs needed to run the app. If the identifying element, such as a certificate, secret, cookie, token, etc. were to passed in the clear, hackers could simply use that element in the attack. Appdome's Mobile Bot and Credential Stuffing Defense comes fully integrated with MiTM Attack Prevention, secure certificate pining and more.

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Explore the Mobile Bot Defense Knowledge Base

See “step by step” guides and deeper technical information on the technology and features that make Appdome work. Every day, our technology solves tough integration challenges for 1000s of developers, B2B, B2E and B2C app makers, mobility and security professionals.

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