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MobileSafe protects financial and e-commerce mobile applications against fraudulent transactions by detecting and disabling malware, rooted devices, SMS, and form grabbers. Users avoid downloading additional software and there’s no customer-facing impact on how your application works.

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Matthieu Dierick
Updated 4 months ago by Matthieu Dierick

Les institutions financières sont la première cible des cybercriminels et exposent le plus de données sensibles sur Internet. Un compte utilisateur d’une institution financière héberge à la fois de la donnée...

John Wagnon
Updated 5 months ago by John Wagnon
5 out of 5 stars

The Web, while convenient and necessary for business, can be a dangerous and scary place. The good news is that F5 offers a security solution called WebSafe.     Related Resources:

Peter Silva
Updated 4/28/2016 by Peter Silva

An old article gets new life. #TBT Back in 2012 I wrote an article titled Bait Phone. It was about cops dropping mobile phones with a tracking device and following the stealing culprit for an arrest. Like Bait Car but with a smartphone. Over the...

Shaul Vilkomir-Preisman
Updated 3/20/2016 by Shaul Vilkomir-Preisman
5 out of 5 stars

Introduction Slempo/GM-Bot requires little introduction, as it has been the focal point of many recent publications, and is a well known threat in the world of mobile malware. In most cases Slempo/GM-bot presents itself as “Adobe Flash Player...

Peter Silva
Updated 2/18/2016 by Peter Silva
5 out of 5 stars

Imagine if your emotions and feelings could be measured, tracked and included in a data graph. I'm sure you've heard the saying 'wearing your heart on your sleeve' to indicate that someone expresses their emotions freely or exposes...

Ilan Meller
Updated 1/13/2016 by Ilan Meller
5 out of 5 stars

Detected by F5 WebSafe security solutions during November 2015, Tinbapore attack has put millions of US dollars at risk. F5 Security experts investigation revealed that Tinbapore is actually a new variant of the good old Tinba Malware that so far...

Shaul Vilkomir-Preisman
Updated 12/16/2015 by Shaul Vilkomir-Preisman
4 out of 5 stars

Mobile financial malware needs little introduction, since 2010 mobile malware is on the rise. The first mobile Trojan launched was ‘Zitmo’ (Zeus-In-The-Mobile. A Mobile version of the most common PC Trojan – ZeuS) which was then followed by many...

Shauntinéz
Updated 11/17/2015 by Shauntinéz

RAT's are becoming more of a problem than ever before. Using RATs ‘cyber thieves’ are now more successful than ever at gaining unsuspected control over a victim’s computer and executing malicious exploits. Although, companies are very much challenged in their efforts to protect against RATs, there are steps one can take to stop RAT infestation, safe guard against credential theft and protect against malicious transactions or data exfiltration.

Jezmynn Koh
Updated 10/10/2014 by Jezmynn Koh

Estimates indicate that 37.3 million Internet users worldwide experienced phishing attacks from May 1, 2012 to April 30, 2013 and 1 million U.S. computers were infected with banking malware in 2013.   Security threats to organisations...

Kuna Nallappan
Updated 7/8/2014 by Kuna Nallappan

According to research by IDC, 1.5 billion smartphones will be in use globally by 2017. Consumers will be doing more than ever on their smartphones. As a result, more businesses recognize the importance of delivering quick and seamless mobile...

John Wagnon
Updated 5 months ago by John Wagnon
5 out of 5 stars

The Web, while convenient and necessary for business, can be a dangerous and scary place. The good news is that F5 offers a security solution called WebSafe.     Related Resources:

Shaul Vilkomir-Preisman
Updated 3/20/2016 by Shaul Vilkomir-Preisman
5 out of 5 stars

Introduction Slempo/GM-Bot requires little introduction, as it has been the focal point of many recent publications, and is a well known threat in the world of mobile malware. In most cases Slempo/GM-bot presents itself as “Adobe Flash Player...

Peter Silva
Updated 2/18/2016 by Peter Silva
5 out of 5 stars

Imagine if your emotions and feelings could be measured, tracked and included in a data graph. I'm sure you've heard the saying 'wearing your heart on your sleeve' to indicate that someone expresses their emotions freely or exposes...

Ilan Meller
Updated 1/13/2016 by Ilan Meller
5 out of 5 stars

Detected by F5 WebSafe security solutions during November 2015, Tinbapore attack has put millions of US dollars at risk. F5 Security experts investigation revealed that Tinbapore is actually a new variant of the good old Tinba Malware that so far...

Shaul Vilkomir-Preisman
Updated 12/16/2015 by Shaul Vilkomir-Preisman
4 out of 5 stars

Mobile financial malware needs little introduction, since 2010 mobile malware is on the rise. The first mobile Trojan launched was ‘Zitmo’ (Zeus-In-The-Mobile. A Mobile version of the most common PC Trojan – ZeuS) which was then followed by many...

Jezmynn Koh
Updated 10/10/2014 by Jezmynn Koh

Estimates indicate that 37.3 million Internet users worldwide experienced phishing attacks from May 1, 2012 to April 30, 2013 and 1 million U.S. computers were infected with banking malware in 2013.   Security threats to organisations...

Lori MacVittie
Updated 9/17/2013 by Lori MacVittie

#F5 #security #cloud #mobile #context  Context means more visibility into devices, networks, and applications even when they're unmanaged. Mobility is a significant driver of technology today. Whether it's mobility of applications...

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