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these . Using advanced methods, intuitive platforms, simpler plug-ins, anyone can easily create their own mobile application. However, developing a useful and interesting mobile application requires a lot of effort and some luck .

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a & nbsp; secure interface plays an important role in the development process of the application. Developers should ensure that the application is safe for users, especially if it asks for confidential information in the form of personal details, such as lang = "en-ES"> & nbsp; password, & nbsp; the email & nbsp; and the name of user.

Whether it's meeting schedules, business data, personal messages or contact information, we all store our data on mobile devices and it's part of our daily lives. In addition, we often download applications from unauthenticated sources and app stores that are not
reliable . These applications may contain malware and may adversely affect our personal data . Where digitization and technology are so advanced, our personal data is at stake and there is a great possibility of & nbsp; that can be pirated and stolen very quickly.


Security Gaps


1- Weaker controls on the server side

On the server side of the mobile application, we must follow & nbsp; practices & nbsp;
de secure encryption. The API must securely verify the identity and permission of the caller.


2- Suspicious data storage

Most of the time, development teams have the impression that users or malware will not have access to files on the mobile device where confidential information is stored.


3- Inapt Transport Layer Protection

It is an inappropriate term that the use of SSL /TLS in your mobile application makes it 'safe' and there is no reason to worry It's not true.


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There are many ways in which you see, copy, capture, support and record your data.


5- Bad Validation and Authorization

Even if usersIf mobile applications are validated once, it does not mean that your credentials are secure, & nbsp;
then may be stolen easily from the insecure wireless network. Also, remember that just because a user has authenticated once does not mean that they are automatically authorized at all.


6- Decisions of security to be taken by untrusted sources

You can not rely on web service calls, hidden calls and IPC calls, as they can be manipulated with the right set of tools.


7- Lack of binary protections

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8- Broken cryptography

Implementing the encryption or decryption algorithm that is weak in nature, the conflict you can decipher it directly, since the designed implementation has flaws.

The programmer has to try to avoid committing You mentioned errors and use all the necessary tools to protect the personal data of the users.