Achieving OWASP Mobile App Resilience with Approov

Detect Rooting, Jailbreaking, Frida, Debuggers, Emulators, App Tampering and More!

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OWASP Mobile Application Security Verification Standard (MASVS) establishes baseline security requirements for mobile apps. Some of this must be achieved via the security of code written in the app, but the defense in depth (MASVS-L2) and resiliency aspects (MASVS-R) require more advanced approaches.

Approov provides a drop-in SDK for your app that provides all the protections you need and more. This includes root, jailbreak, frida, hooking and emulator detections. Advanced Android rooting detection includes full detection of Magisk. Approov's dynamic certificate SSL pinning ensures communication interception attempts are thwarted. Its unique cloud based attestation approach provides vastly superior detection and response to other approaches.

Download our whitepaper to learn how easy this is to deploy in your apps today. It's advanced protections can be updated over-the-air, freeing you from the burden of keeping protections up to date with the latest threats. Integrate Approov to ensure you have best in class mobile app security, whilst you concentrate on app features and customer experience.

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