FIPS 140-2 Encryption All Android & iOS Apps

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Using Appdome, you can deliver FIPS 140-2 encryption for Android and iOS apps without coding or SDKs. Meet release timelines. Satisfy internal and industry security requirements fast.

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Data-at-Rest Encryption

Appdome protects mobile app data with FIPS 140-2 Cryptography. Discrete blocks of data are encrypted and placed in a self-contained and segregated environment to isolate mobile app data from other resources. This prevents non-secure apps on the same device or different devices to decrypt and open this encrypted data. Appdome’s FIPS 140-2 implementation makes use of FIPS 140-2 compliant RNG to generate unique IVs (Initial Vectors), and the AES-256 block-cipher.

Data-in-Transit Encryption

Appdome’s Trusted session inspection uses FIPS 140-2 compliant certificate and certificate-chain verification methods (X509_verify_cert). In addition, only FIPS 140-2 compliant encryption and hash algorithms will be used in the TLS handshake. Appdome uses only FIPS 140-2 compliant cryptographic functions when establishing TLS connections. When used in Session Hardening mode, the outward facing connection will be established using FIPS 140-2 cryptographic functions, thus making all outgoing TLS connections FIPS 140-2 compliant.

Secrets, Strings, Resources and Preferences Encryption

Encrypts keys, shared secrets, tokens, user preferences (username, email, contact info and other PII). With FIPS 140-2 enabled, Appdome uses FIPS 140-2 compliant RNG to generate unique IVs (Initial Vectors), and the AES-256 block-cipher.

Shared Libraries Encryption

Encrypts dynamic shared libraries, which contain native code stored inside an app package. For instance, if an attacker loads an Android app into a reversing tool, such as IDA or Hopper, Appdome ensures the attacker can’t access dynamic libraries even if they are extracted directly from app binary or device. Appdome’s Non-native code obfuscation makes use of FIPS 140-2 compliant RNG to generate unique IVs (Initial Vectors), and the AES-256 block-cipher.

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