Organizations race to adopt new controls protecting data, business systems and Intellectual Property
Released on September 31, 2016, Dotfuscator Professional 4.25 includes, for the first time, the ability to inject real-time detection, defense, and notification of unauthorized debugger use against production applications.
Anti-debug and Anti-tamper: more than just a powerful new feature
Today we released Dotfuscator v4.25 that includes, for the first time, anti-debug defense and alert capabilities. Dotfuscator Professional users can now configure Dotfuscator to inject logic to defend against the unauthorized use of a debugger in production. We’ve already previewed this capability in our Java/Android product, DashO, and this latest anti-debug feature sits alongside our other “detective controls” including anti-tamper and shelf-life.
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.