Report | How secure are the most widespread mobile applications?

Posted by The Pradeo Lab on August 26, 2019
 
This security report presents how secure mobile applications are, according to the industry they are part of. It delivers statistics showing that even in the most sensitive sectors, leaky applications are extremely common, at the expense of data privacy. The results it features to better understand the most widespread app threat and should help orientate security strategies accordingly.
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The Dark Web, pirates' supermarket

Posted by Vivien Raoul on August 08, 2019

We often hear about the dark web, the famous hidden face of the Internet whose webpages are not referred in the classical search engines and are only accessible from a dedicated browser. This secret portion of the web would be much larger in terms of size than its visible alter ego, which earned it to be regularly compared to the submerged part of an iceberg.

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Pradeo Sheds the Light on its Unique Mobile Threat Detection Intelligence

Posted by Vivien Raoul on August 08, 2019

Pradeo developed an advanced Artificial Intelligence process delivering the most accurate threat detection technology of the market. Through the years, the Pradeo intelligence center has collected 100 billions of mobile security data, implemented 200.000 security rules and detected nearly 1 million severe mobile threats and billions of leaky behaviors.

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OWASP vulnerabilities: When mobile applications can’t withstand attacks

Posted by Roxane Suau on August 05, 2019

Mobile apps are now on top of our digital consumption and they process data from millions of users all around the globe every day. The growing request of renewal and immediacy pushes organizations to create applications at a very fast pace, leaving behind the security tests.

 

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FaceApp: What our security report shows

Posted by The Pradeo Lab on July 25, 2019

FaceApp is currently highly questioned in the press. A lot of articles and some American politicians relate that the Russian mobile application collects and exfiltrates its users’ personal data, without specifying which. Real threat or fake news? The FaceApp security analysis performed by the Pradeo Security engine clarifies things. Here is a part of it.

 



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