Inside Secure's Code Protection tools provide powerful automated Software Application Protection, App Hardneing and Runtime Application Security Protection (RASP) applicable across Mobile, IoT, Desktop and Server platforms.
The tools enable all software developers to automatically protect their programs ensuring that deployed Apps can defend themselves from hackers, pirates, targeted malware, insider betrayal and even hardware errors.
Relying on OS protection and sandboxes does not work are these are easily broken down. Equally, legacy solutions solutions such as root detection or simple obfuscation can be easily removed by hackers.
This means that applications needs to be able to protect themselves. Inside’s integrity checking (anti-tamper technology) does just that. The Integrity Network creates a strong foundation on which to build other security techniques (such as Obfuscation). Without this foundation, these other techniques are easily and quickly broken down by even novice hackers.
Behind the scenes, Inside’s intelligent analysis and optimisation directs the Integrity System to distribute hundreds and thousands of security fragments throughout your source code, each constantly checking the program and each other – vastly increasing the task faced by hackers over legacy manual systems.
Protected software programs constantly check themselves for health at run-time, identifying even a single bit or byte out of place. Core checks are resistant to detection and automated removal techniques. If any change is made to the executable, multiple checks detect that change and respond.
Integrated directly with the Integrity Network, and further hardened by it, Core’s multiple powerful Obfuscation techniques render reverse engineering and static analysis impractical, ensuring that even elite hackers will move on to softer, less frustrating targets.
Obfuscation provides complete flexibility allowing multiple obfuscation techniques to be targeted at specific functions – providing complexity to be tuned to maximize efficacy, while meeting vital performance and code size requirements.