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Mobile App Security Insights

AppSolid Team


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Don't Fall Victim to a Security Breach

Feb 24, 2017 / by AppSolid Team posted in Cyber Breach, Security Breach

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As much as mobile applications have proven to be a pervasive part of everyday life, the rise of this technology has, of course, been plagued by issues of its own, namely those involving the risks of a potential security breach. Because consumers are increasingly comfortable with inputting sensitive information on their smartphones and tablets, such devices are prime targets for those wishing to exploit any lingering vulnerabilities within the programming of these apps. As developers, it’s your responsibility to guard against these attacks. So let’s review some of the key concepts to help you prevent your app from being the next on the hacker hit list.

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Yahoo Involved in One of The Largest Cyber Security Breaches of All Time

Feb 17, 2017 / by AppSolid Team posted in Cyber Breach, News

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Yahoo recently notified its members that their system had been hacked sometime in the past two years and warned them to take certain precautions to protect their data. While it is apparent that the company has actually known about the hack for sometime now, this is the third time that Yahoo has reported an attack on their security system in the past year.

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Is There Really a Software That Will Secure my Mobile Application?

Feb 16, 2017 / by AppSolid Team posted in Mobile App Security, Anti Hacking Software

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Over 600 million people using smartphones are unaware of the fact that they are at an extremely high risk of being hacked. Their risk is greatly due to the fact that they have apps on their phones that allow an unlimited amount of login attempts. It doesn’t take very long for a hacker to guess a person’s password, and once they do they have access to everything that was so trustingly placed into a place that was supposed to be personal private property. How is one to know that the app they are using isn’t safe to use? Or better yet, maybe you have built your own app.

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