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Welcome to the Mobile Security Solutions from Appdome Blog Series.

We created this series for anyone looking to increase their overall knowledge of all the mobile security solutions Appdome has to offer. Please subscribe to our blog to stay in the know.

How to Stop Threats to Mobile Healthcare Apps

How to Stop Threats to Mobile Healthcare Apps

Most mobile healthcare apps lack security and are vulnerable to data leakage. Using Appdome, healthcare organizations can stop threats to mobile healthcare apps and protect their mHealth apps against all types of attack.

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how fraudsters use screen overlay attacks to commit fraud

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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prevent mobile click fraud

Preventing Mobile Click-Fraud Before It Starts

Fraudsters have taken notice that mobile app use is on the rise and are doubling down their resources and focusing their attacks squarely on mobile apps to divert as many of those dollars into their own pockets as possible. One of their favorite ways to cash-in is Mobile Click Fraud. This blog discusses how to preempt mobile click fraud.

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How to Stop Threats to Mobile Healthcare Apps

How to Stop Threats to Mobile Healthcare Apps

Most mobile healthcare apps lack security and are vulnerable to data leakage. Using Appdome, healthcare organizations can stop threats to mobile healthcare apps and protect their mHealth apps against all types of attack.

Read More »
how fraudsters use screen overlay attacks to commit fraud

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 »
prevent mobile click fraud

Preventing Mobile Click-Fraud Before It Starts

Fraudsters have taken notice that mobile app use is on the rise and are doubling down their resources and focusing their attacks squarely on mobile apps to divert as many of those dollars into their own pockets as possible. One of their favorite ways to cash-in is Mobile Click Fraud. This blog discusses how to preempt mobile click fraud.

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