Cybercriminals and bad actors loom in the darkness of the digital landscape and use shady tactics to get ahold of sensitive data without our consent.
There was no rush and no rest at the same time during winter times in Malwarelytics product development.
In the latest release, we introduced a new UI for application and user management, an option to 2FA login, and Malwarelytics Event Queue API.
Thanks to this offer and simplified integration APIs, financial organizations worldwide can now deploy our industry-leading passwordless authentication in a significantly shorter time.
The development of Malwarelytics still has unstoppable momentum. The previous weeks have been full of software improvement under the hood (still top secret), but we have also spent many coding days on our web application.
The after the major Malwarelytics release in March, the release in April was mostly a maintenance release with several minor updates.
We believe that security improvements must go hand in hand with an amazing user experience. That's why we gave our mobile token app a big UI facelift. Our customers, as well as their clients, should benefit from our proactive product development and improved user interface.
The Malwarelytics story continues as we decided to solve an even bigger problem than just mobile malware: Mobile security.
Another month is over, and we have an exciting Malwarelytics release for you in November, introducing the features that will help you understand mobile malware in your userbase better.
We released a new version of Malwarelytics with several neat improvements that will help our customers combat mobile banking malware even more efficiently.
Accessibility services are one of the most powerful features of Android, but they also pose a security and privacy risk.