Practical Security that Works!

The practical goal of application hardening is to make online transaction frauds and data thefts extremely complex and costly, and to lower as much as possible the return on investment (ROI) of the hacking activity.

The profit of e-criminals is driven mainly by their ability to quickly deploy successful and scalable attacks to thousands of computers, which becomes practically impossible against an architecturally hardened application, simple to use but hard to hack.

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mTan & OOB Methods

mTan & OOB Methods more

Social Engineering & Interface Manipulation

Social Engineering & Interface Manipulation more

Static Code Dumping & Patching

Static Code Dumping & Patching more

Screen Capturing

Screen Capturing more

PDF Form Spoofing

PDF Form Spoofing more

Dynamic Code Dumping And Patching

Attack whereby malware uses DLL-injection more

Window Overlay and Event Emulation

Window Overlay and Event Emulation more

Keystroke and Event Emulation

Common attack scenario which uses the keystroke and mouse event more

Session Hijacking

How a Hacker can hijack an active browsing session more

Keystroke and Mouse Logging

How to retrieve personal and transaction information more