Application hardening is a process of taking a finished application and making it more difficult to reverse engineer and tamper.
By 2022, at least 50% of successful attacks against clickjacking and mobile apps could have been prevented using in-app protection.
Protecting Apps from the Inside Out
- Obfuscates source code, inserts honeypots and implements other deceptive code patterns to deter and confuse threat actors
- Triggers defensive measures automatically if suspicious activity is detected, including app shutdown, user sandbox, or code self-repair
- Injects essential app code protections and threat detection sensors into CI/CD cycle after code development, without disrupting the DevOps process
- Encrypts static or dynamic keys and data embedded or contained within app code
- Protects sensitive data at rest within an app or in transit between the app and server
- Supports all major cryptographic algorithms and modes with FIPS 140-2 certification
- Notifies organizations of app reputation, real-time attacks, and provides the ability to suspend accounts or step up transaction or access authentication
- Insights help optimize and adapt protection based on attack insights and trends including how, when, where and by whom the app is targeted
- Delivers threat data feeds end-to-end, making threat data accessible via a browser or easy integration with existing SIEM, BI and fraud prevention platforms
- Reverse engineering, debugging and code tampering
- Encryption key discovery and API manipulation
- Financial fraud or credential, data and IP theft
- Malware insertion, spoofing and data exfiltration
- Cheating or piracy of games, apps or digital content
ARE APPS PUTTING YOUR ORGANIZATION AT RISK?
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