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Best Practices im Bereich des Softwareschutzes - White-Box-Kryptographie

White-Box-Kryptographie ist eine zusätzliche, unerlässliche Komponente, die Entwicklern ermöglicht, ihre Anwendungen gegen Reverse Engineering, Manipulation und automatisierte Angriffe zu schützen.
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White-Box-Kryptographie ist eine zusätzliche, unerlässliche Komponente, die Entwicklern ermöglicht, ihre Anwendungen gegen Reverse Engineering, Manipulation und automatisierte Angriffe zu schützen.
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Swen Feuerstein, Sales Engineer, SafeNet
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  • Title: Best Practices im Bereich des Softwareschutzes - White-Box-Kryptographie
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  • Presented by: Swen Feuerstein, Sales Engineer, SafeNet
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