Created: Thursday, 25 February 2016 12:49 | Written by Sebastian Holst | 4255 Hits |

Reconciling GooglePlay's security recommendations with Xamarin deployment

An app control that both Microsoft and Google can get behind? What about Xamarin?

First - Congratulations Xamarin (and Microsoft) - as someone who has used Xamarin personally and worked with the people professionally, I see this as a win-win-win (for Xamarin, Microsoft, and, last but not least, developers!).

To the topic at hand... One might argue that the phrase "GooglePlay security recommendations" is a contradiction in terms or even oxymoronic - but I take a different view. If (EVEN) Google recommends a security practice to protect your apps - then it must REALLY be a basic requirement - one that should not be ignored.

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Created: Thursday, 19 November 2015 12:49 | Written by Sebastian Holst | 5033 Hits |

Get this development question wrong – and you may well be at risk.

Question: True or False, Seat belts are to Driver Safety as Obfuscation is to Application Risk Management

The correct answer is FALSE!

The equivalence fails because a seat belt is a device and obfuscation is a control. Why might you (or the application stakeholders) be in danger? First, read through the key descriptors of these two controls.

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Created: Monday, 06 April 2009 23:27 | Written by Sebastian Holst | 1381 Hits |

How do you get $5 from every .NET developer on the planet?

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