8 Different Ways to Bypass SSL Pinning in iOS application

SSL Pinning is a technique that we use on the client-side to avoid a man-in-the-middle attack by validating the server certificates. The developers embed (or pin) a list of trustful certificates to the client application during development, and use them to compare against the server certificates during runtime. If there is a mismatch between the server and the local copy of certificates, the connection will simply be disrupted, and no further user data will be even sent to that server.


Finding Patterns in the Chaos With User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA)

There’s a great scene in the 1997 film “Contact” where the protagonist Dr. Eleanor Arroway, played by Jodie Foster, is informed that her lab’s funding has just been revoked. Arroway’s lab partner explained that the government lost faith in the project due to concerns of her engaging in questionable activities, such as watching static on TV for hours.


Everything You Need to Know About Open Banking Security

Financial services have developed at a breakneck pace, resulting in fierce competition among financial technologies. These services in the digital age must be characterized by three words: rapid, efficient, and intuitive. It is no longer necessary to wait in queues to speak with a bank teller. Consumers today want to manage their accounts using their smartphones, and banks want to earn their loyalty. What is the common ground? Using modern technologies to find new methods of doing things.


Everything You Need to Know About Neo Bank Security

Of all the modern business ecosystems, the Fintech sector is one of the most volatile landscapes that is teeming with industry and technological disruptions. And, adding to the pre-existing list is Neobanking. Currently, there are 246 neo banks in the world, and the market projections suggest an annual average growth rate (CAGR) of 47.7 percent until 2028, amounting to 722.6 billion U.S. dollars.


What is 5G security? Explaining the security benefits and vulnerabilities of 5G architecture

5G is already transforming and enhancing mobile connectivity. With its high speeds and low latency, almost all businesses and industries are now in the position to digitize applications and services they couldn’t dream of not long ago. With 5G networks, billions of devices and IoT (the internet of things) are interconnectible — leading to use cases like smart cities, AR/VR on mobile networks, remote medicine and much more. The potential is practically unlimited.