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Deploy Certified Secure™ Anti-Frida protections, including protection against dynamic binary instrumentation (DBI), custom Frida scripts, Frida gadget mode, Frida objection, shell code, hooking, swizzling and more in Android & iOS apps fast.

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Save time and money on Anti-Frida, Anti-Hooking in mobile apps. Appdome provides mobile brands, cyber and engineering teams, a single platform for continuous collaboration and control over mobile Anti-Frida, Anti-Hooking in Android & iOS apps.

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Appdome uses Machine Learning to build any or all of 300+ threat-aware anti-Frida defenses, incl. anti-Frida toolkit, anti-hooking, anti-DBI, Detect Frida Trace, Frida Gadget, Frida Objection, Frida SSL Bypass, Custom Frida, and more, into Android & iOS apps in the CI/CD pipeline so the mobile development team doesn't have to. Enjoy autonomous, no code, no SDK, dynamic, agile mobile app defense for all Android & iOS apps.

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Build-by-build, mobile brands can control, audit and orchestrate the release of Anti-Frida, Anti-Hooking Security features into Android & iOS apps. Create, save, version, freeze and release mobile app defense feature sets into Android & iOS apps on-demand. Each build is Certified Secure™ with the needed Anti-Frida, Anti-Hooking and other defenses to guarantee continuous compliance with cyber, anti-fraud and other policies with ease.

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Appdome's ThreatScope™ Extended Detection & Response (XDR) for mobile apps allows mobile brands to see all attacks and threats that impact the mobile app, brand and business. Prove the ROI of existing defenses deployed inside mobile apps. With one-click, instantly respond to each attack, adding new defenses to Android & iOS apps in the DevOps CI/CD pipeline.

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Appdome's Threat-Events™ is the only solution that gives mobile brands the data, framework, and control to create amazing user experiences with attacks happen in Android & iOS apps. Consume real-time, contextual, attack and threat event data in the mobile app without a server call out, and use the data to educate, remediate, or delight users when attacks happen.

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