Best Practices in Software Protection-White Box Cryptography

Mark Horvarth
White box cryptography is an additional essential component that enables developers to protect their applications against reverse engineering, tampering and automated attacks. Join this webcast and learn about: 1. Threats as related to dongle emulation 2. The importance and the weaknesses of the "secure channel" between the application and the protection key. 3. Solving the dilemma in white box cryptography between encrypting/decrypting content without revealing any of your sensitive data. REGISTER TODAY.
Mar 28 2012
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Best Practices in Software Protection-White Box Cryptography
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