Advanced Mobile App Security.

AppSolid® provides continuous app hardening, anti-debugging and anti-
reversing as a part of an automated DevSecOps process.

About AppSolid®

AppSolid® offers advanced app hardening and incident reporting system for Android & iOS. It also detects multiple categories of attacks for the popular Android and iOS mobile application platforms including below.

Code Tampering

Memory Tampering

Privileged Execution

Runtime hooking

Reversing attempts

In 2018, AppSolid® protected the customers from attacks worth over $1B. Don’t let your apps become the next target.

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Keep Your Business Safe With AppSolid®

Organizations own code and intellectual property. It often requires having advanced protection methods in place. Security incidents involving loose ends, misconfigurations, or exposed information on your application resources and code could bring financial and business devastation. Moreover, even with good security practices, information residing in memory or persisting may often be neglected and published on production systems.

With AppSolid®’s advanced protection, securing apps is now easy and fast. AppSolid® is available to be integrated as a part of DevSecOps:

Local Environment

Cloud Environment

CMS

CI/CD Pipeline

Contact us to get more information on AppSolid® integrations.

Access Forensic Details on Attackers

AppSolid® provides forensic information on the attacker host and virtualization environment where applicable and information policy permits. Forensic information may be used to understand the purpose of each security incident and its origin, tools that were used or attack chain and recorded attempts to bypass our protection.

Mobile app security incidents cause business damages.

App Piracy

Unlocking access to premium settings and features or bypassing payment.

IP Theft / Copycats

Re-use of code and resources without the creator’s consent.

Behavior Modification

App logic modified to benefit hackers and compromise organization resources.

Malware Injection

Malicious code injected into the original app for redistribution.

Reconnaissance

Code and libraries reversed to identify, fuzz, and eventually exploit vulnerabilities for subsequent attacks.

Data Manipulation

Apps get compromised to steal and or modify user data.

Organizational Infiltration

By compromising information stored in the application memory or persisted unsecurely, an attacker may infiltrate an organization internal resources.