Today, in the world of the online market, the mobile app is king. The processing power of devices and smartphones based on iOS, Android, and other mobile operating systems merged with the speed of broadband cellular networks have led to more mobile apps. Enterprises can't be considered secured, without securing their mobile applications.
In the current market of mobile application, security is a key aspect of application development. Consider a mobile application which deals with user's information and communicates with a remote server to transfer data.
Mobile devices may transfer data from safe networks to untrusted, dangerous networks seamlessly. By uniformly changing wireless networks, such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, CDMA, GSM and Near Field Communication, devices are extremely sensitive to being exploited. Hackers can hijack sessions via tampering and sniffing. Hijacking allows illegal access to stored data, cookies, passwords, VPN credentials and certificates. It indicates that the hacker now...
In computing system, one can unlock how things function and reuse the data to accomplish something by following reverse engineering method. This is applicable even for Android apps.
We are looking for the perfect app to do the reverse engineering and nothing far better than a Pokemon-go app, it took over the world in days and makes an impact on millions of people. This blog will mainly focus on how we extracted information from the Android app, in order to understand their technical methodologies.
Here are quick things we found:
Apple’s WWDC (World Wide Developer’s Conference) was held on June 13-17. Each year, over 5,000 iOS developers from around the world gather to learn more about the new releases in iOS, OS X, watchOS, and tvOS.
Earlier this week, Apple officially kicked off their annual WWDC event in San Francisco. WWDC was like Christmas for Apple developers.
As always, the event began with a keynote during which Apple announced updates for their iOS, OS X, watchOS, and tvOS platforms.
Although we haven’t had time to go through all the docs and samples yet, but we thought it might be useful to post some of our experience of new releases:
Big. Bold. Beautiful
Everything you love is now even better with iOS 10.
When people think about setting up a great website, they often imagine a modern and appealing design with a professional layout. But while looks are definitely important for a website, it’s crucial not to neglect another significant element – the website’s usability. As the visitor is the only one who clicks around and hence makes all the decisions, a user-centric design has become a standard approach for efficient and conversion-oriented web design. After all, if visitors can’t use a feature, it might not exist well.
Web site usability is very important for any website. Clients should have quick, easy and friendly access through the website. This is important in ensuring that your customers remain loyal without finding alternative sources. To achieve the above, these factors should be taken into consideration while designing your website.
Put the Good Stuff
Internet users "read" web pages like they read...
The Google IO 2016 wrapped up with a ton of huge announcements nestled within it. Here are the latest highlights, announced at Google I/O 2016. Thus, far that range from the fresh version of Android N to new features for Android TV, Google Home virtual assistant to the Daydream VR ecosystem.
Android Instant Apps
The announcement of Android Instant Apps, where apps can be used on Android devices without installation. These apps will be accessible from deep links in search, messaging, social media, and other locations.
Some major announcements for Chrome OS at Google I/O 2016, including Android app support on the platform. Chrome OS will be accessible to the Google Play app and content store.
Google Assistant, Google Home
At Google I/O 2016, the search giant revealed it's Amazon Echo-competitor - Google Home. The voice-activated speaker is managed by Google Assistant, Google...
In early stages of technological boom marketing automation systems were preserve of only deep pocket companies. The technology obliged to build the automation system required a substantial amount of investment. Time bound the cost of developing the system surpassed the cost-saving. A sound marketing automation solution will enable you to concentrate on your customers, understand the efficiency of marketing programs, and boost buyers through the sales funnel. With fewer efforts and lower cost.
Credit goes to the proliferation of software vendors, sophisticated marketing automation solution is now readily available to B2B and B2C companies both small and large scale. However, B2B business are taking a huge advantage of these marketing automation by integrating existing CRM(Customer Relationship Management) System. Importantly this enables combine and streamlines sales and marketing programs to create better vision for both the teams.
How Automation Works
Marketing automation software sends regular, scheduled campaign to the subscribers...
A few years back, CRM Systems was thought to be on the decline. But fresh trends mean it isn't over yet for Customer Relationship Management software.
CRM systems Then and Now
9series presents a timeline, how CRM has evolved over the decades. The term became familiar in the early 90s when it began and used to named as front-office applications. Several personalities and organization were credited with neologizing the term, incorporating John Anton, Tom Siebel, and Gartner Inc.
Antecedent to the 90s, database marketing was popular to gain insight into consumer behavior with the help of statistical analysis. The late 80s observed the introduction of PC-based contact management system. This system eventually evolved into sales force automation (SFA).
For years, the CRM development relied profoundly on technology and software developments. Oracle, Siebel, and SAP became the pioneers in the industry. E-CRM vendors like Broadbase, Kana, and e.piphany...
What is Content Distribution Network (CDN)?
A content distribution network—also known as a content delivery network—is a large, globally distributed network of specialized servers that accelerate the delivery of web content and rich media to internet-linked devices.
The primary technique that a CDN (content distribution network) utilizes to speed the delivery of web content to end users is edge caching that entails storing replicas of image, static text, audio, and video content on multiple servers around the "edges" of the internet, so that user requests can be followed by a nearby edge server rather than by a far-off origin server. To accelerate the delivery of dynamically generated Mobile web development content that's difficult or impossible to cache, an advanced content distribution network uses a range of techniques such as route optimization, TCP connection optimization, and pre-fetching. CDN improves the security, performance and reliability of a website.
How CDN works?
Due to increase in a number of devices, data networks, and digital applications also increases the opportunities for exploitation. Apart from providing immediate access to all the information that is required, the internet has expanded their connectivity with suppliers, customers, and other business associates.
Today, most of the threats are not from outside but, within the organization. One need not be consciously wicked but, could result from carelessness or negligence on the part of employees. Data compromised by hackers, computer viruses, network outages and other incidents affect our lives in ways which range from inconvenient to life-threatening. It involves protecting systems as well as information on major cyber security threats, like cyber espionage, cyber terrorism, and cyber warfare. Employees may revel in many online activities which may have a negative impact on business –unauthorized file downloading or copying, misusing business emails or connecting with remote mobile devices and other...
Mobile World Congress 2016- the largest mobile trade show of the year held in Barcelona, the European showcase for Everything of Mobile, hybrid laptops and bunch of future technologies. It kicked off with two major flagship smartphones launch: LG's G5 and Samsung's Galaxy S7. Mobile is Everything was the theme of 2016's event and nothing could be truer; everywhere and anywhere your eyes reach, everything was MOBILE.
Virtual Reality: The 1st day was of VR. Samsung revealed Gear VR headsets whereas HTC disclosed launch dates and pricing for the Vive, Mark Zuckerberg made an appearance at the launching event of Samsung and proclaimed a new Facebook team responsible for developing social applications compatible with VR handsets.
The next generation 5G: World is getting ready for the supersonic speed of the internet. Race of Telecom giants is on. Will it be AT&T or SK...