Using Dotfuscator Community Edition with Xamarin
Trade Secrets and Software: don’t give one up for the other
The true value of trade secrets – as with any class of intellectual property – is directly proportional to the owner’s ability to enforce their rights through criminal and civil actions.
Your apps may be getting hacked – Why should you care? What can you do?
Today more than ever, applications are mobile and can be run worldwide. And many useful apps access sensitive data and have value-added functionality within them (such as trade secrets). Because traditional firewall type attacks are much more difficult today, hackers are increasingly targeting both consumer and enterprise mobile and desktop apps as a newer attack vector. So, those apps may be at risk from theft of IP/underlying sensitive data, malware injection and more advanced targeted threats.
PreEmptive Solutions’ Application “Bricking” Gives App Security a Nuclear Option
Harden applications against hostile and compromised environments – not just simple attacks.
Once a mobile device or an on-premises server or a PC… is known to be compromised or in hostile hands (detected, for example, when someone attaches a debugger to an app in what is a strictly production setting), doesn’t it make sense to be able to alter your app’s runtime behavior in real time? …and not just at the time of discovery – but also into the future – and for as long as the runtime environment remains suspect?
Pokemon Go Hackers - Gotta Catch 'Em All
Pokefan Alert - augmented reality apps like Pokemon Go are rooted in the REAL WORLD (not a virtual one) – a real world with a host of very real dangers.
Pokemon Go players are walking into traffic, being lured into remote locations to be robbed, and last (but in no way least) they’re being duped into using counterfeit (tampered) Pokemon Go apps.