Many people have heard about mobile man-in-the-middle (MiTM) attacks but aren’t sure just exactly what they are or how they happen. Learn more including the development and security issues that can leave apps vulnerable to MiTM attacks, tips for testing and the layers of network defense that can help you avoid these issues.
OWASP’s Global AppSec DC 2019 takes place Sept. 9 – 13 in Washington, D.C. Find our picks for several training and conference sessions to build your knowledge about mobile DevSecOps and application security, book a meeting with us and visit Booth S7.
Managers can find guidance for mobile app security verification and testing requirements from the OWASP Mobile Security Verification Standard (MASVS). We recommend using MASVS as a starting point for developing a plan of attack and standardizing testing using the Mobile AppSec Model. Learn more about it here.
Network Security Configuration is an XML file in which developers customize network security settings for an Android app. Let’s examine several benefits of using Network Security Configuration in Android mobile apps and dive into best practices for implementing this feature.
Black Hat is right around the corner! To help you plan your agenda, members of the NowSecure security research and engineering teams selected several key sessions or briefings that we’re eager to attend. Read on to see what we’re most excited about!
Google is now taking action to reduce Android fragmentation by requiring developers to adopt recent target API levels for all new apps beginning in August. Read on to learn about API levels.