Overview of App & Code Hardening for Mobile Banking Apps

Overview of App & Code Hardening for Mobile Banking Apps

Application hardening usually consists in processing an already developed application, and transforming it so to make it difficult / impossible to reverse engineer and tamper.

Secure Storage and Key Protection for Mobile Banking and Payment Apps

Secure Storage and Key Protection for Mobile Banking and Payment Apps

In this article, we shall focus on the techniques used for protecting keys and in general, cryptographic secrets in the context of mobile banking & payment applications.

Mobile Banking and Payment App Hardening: Anti-Tamper

Mobile Banking and Payment App Hardening: Anti-Tamper

The security of mobile banking and payment applications is deeply linked to their capacities in preventing attackers from tampering with them.

App Hardening for Mobile Banking and Payment Apps: Emulator Detection

App Hardening for Mobile Banking and Payment Apps: Emulator Detection

Attacks against mobile banking & payment applications often start by using an emulator for the mobile operating system where the targeted application will be run and analyzed.

Application Hardening for Mobile Banking Apps: Root and Jailbreak Detection

Application Hardening for Mobile Banking Apps: Root and Jailbreak Detection

Unlike other operating systems like Windows, Linux, or OSX, both Android and iOS operating systems are usually shipped with built-in user rights restrictions. The process of removing such restrictions, which is not supported by either Google or Apple, is named rooting and jailbreaking, respectively for Android and iOS.

Protecting Banking Apps Against Malware Threats

Protecting Banking Apps Against Malware Threats

Here we explain why additional security mechanisms, beyond the mobile OS security features, are needed to protect mobile banking applications from malware and related threats.

General Concepts of Application Hardening for Mobile Banking Apps

General Concepts of Application Hardening for Mobile Banking Apps

Application hardening for mobile apps refers to implementing security measures to protect apps against reverse-engineering or tampering. In this article, we look at the importance of application hardening for mobile banking applications and explore some of the techniques that can be used to shield an app against such attacks.

Overview of Defense Mechanisms for Mobile Banking Apps

Overview of Defense Mechanisms for Mobile Banking Apps

As the use of mobile phones for mobile banking and payment applications increases, corresponding security threats are increasing as well. The majority of smart phones use only two operating systems (Android and iOS) and, therefore, they represent prey of choice for criminal groups and malevolent hackers. 

In this article, we will explain some of the defense mechanisms and security techniques involved with protecting mobile banking applications.

Using The AdES Standard for Mobile and Distributed Environments

Using The AdES Standard for Mobile and Distributed Environments

AdES stands for Advanced Electronic Signature, which embraces a family of eIDAS-compliant standards for digital signatures including PAdES, CAdES and XAdES.