s
About Us
Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text ofering thetonat sunrising printing and typesetting industry seo is partysipati carma. Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy,
Follow Us

Uncategorized

Android phones have a setting named USB debugging. If enabled, the computer with whom the device connects by USB can communicate with installed apps. For this option to work, a property called ‘android: debugging’ must be set to ‘true’ while developing an application. Setting the...

Mobile applications access many hardware components as well as data present on devices. Apps must do so to execute their functions. Users are asked to grant the required access permission(s) explicitly when an app installs. Giving access to the device hardware and data can have...

Mobile applications often show errors messages to their users. A variety of error messages are available. Application developers choose an appropriate message for a situation and embed it into the source code. When the error condition occurs, the embedded message is displayed. Some error messages...

Whenever an error condition occurs, mobile applications show a message. Such messages are stored in the system by default. It is possible to customize such messages as well. Displaying default error messages to users is a bad practice.Content of these messages may provide insights to...

A session should ideally end if the user goes inactive. One common practice is to terminate a user session if the inactivity period stretches to a specific time. Not terminating session allows attackers to infiltrate and hijack. It may be possible to hijack sessions of other users as well. Let’s...

Mobile applications communicate with their backend servers over a network, as servers are located elsewhere. Network channels could be secured (encrypted) or non-secured. Encryption makes data unintelligible, preventing its misuse by ensuring confidentiality even when communication is intercepted. Servers and applications have keys needed for...

Mobile applications and their backend servers have set standards for communication. Each message type has unique fields. Messages typically comprise of header and data. Header sections consist of additional information regarding the data and the server. Internal details of the system like application version and...

Mobile applications and their servers exchange messages with each other. These messages have a defined format. Servers and apps request information to each other, and the other party provides it. Servers have a folder structure wherein applications’ backend functionality, and data are stored. A response from the server may disclose...

  • 2
Get In Touch
close slider