Mobile app Development (What to choose What to do? in 2020).
As we know, the Mobile app development is trending now .with 23 million Developers all over the world and having approximately 135 different frameworks .now what to choose and what not is a great concern in 2020 for developers the Application security risk is also increased due to not having the proper framework.
according to current cybersecurity report that 30 % of insecurity is due to frameworks .55% due to developers and 20 % due to the security team.
to make the code more efficient, powerful and protected from security threat the second choice is to have a proper framework.
Half of all enterprise applications written in the last 15 years have been written in Java, making them nearly ubiquitous in the enterprise. Unfortunately, this means that Java applications are also among the applications hackers most frequently target and attack.
Java can be subject to attack based on general vulnerability types, but there are also some vulnerabilities that are specific to the Java platform.
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Vulnerabilities in Java libraries
Vulnerabilities in the Java sandboxing mechanism, which can allow an attacker to circumvent the restrictions the security manager has established can allow an attacker to circumvent the restrictions the security manager has established.
To be continued till next update……………..
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