According to the Q1 2018 State of Mobile Fraud analysis from AppsFlyer, bots are now the most dangerous threat to mobile apps, responsible for over 30% of fraudulent installs. Appdome has partnered with F5 to simplify the implementation of the F5 Anti-Bot SDK to any Android and iOS app that wants to connect to a web server protected by F5’s Advanced WAF. The integration is instant and does not require any coding.
Appdome and F5 recently announced a new global partnership. The partnership will enable customers to integrate the F5 Anti-Bot mobile SDK into any Android or iOS app instantly. Like other Appdome implementations, there is no code or coding required.
Last week, Appdome announced a new global partnership with F5. The partnership will enable customers to integrate the F5 Anti-Bot mobile SDK into any Android or iOS app instantly, with no-code or coding. F5 chose Appdome as the primary solution for customers to implement its new mobile Anti-Bot service. [...]
There’s never a dull moment on the mobile security front. Several large, consumer-facing, banking apps recently made the news. It turns out that some of their apps were not verifying hostnames in their certificate pinning schemes. Android and iOS apps rely on CA root certificates to validate the services they connect to.
Threats to mobile devices and mobile security are real and omnipresent. Read what these industry experts say. Gartner, in its Predicts 2017: Endpoint and Mobile Security research document, listed 5 key findings with regards to Mobile Security. NowSecure, mobile application security company, published an interesting mobile security report and found 10 surprising stats exposing mobile data security dangers.