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Limited Secrets. Distributing your Latch Secret Without Risks by Javier Espinosa

January 10, 2017. Until what point is your secret commited? Don´t miss the last chapter of ElevenPaths Talks for Devs where our expert, Javier Espinosa, tells how to protect a resource in an Android application. Join it!


#CodeTalks4Devs.: Limited Secrets. Distribuye tu secreto Latch sin riesgo por Javier Espinosa

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Many scenarios exist in which a Latch secret may be compromised by a third party: desktop applications, mobile applications, etc.

In these scenarios, a secret at risk may allow a possible attacker to implement operations in the API that are not desired by the developer. We have Limited Secrets to avoid this and keep offering Latch functionalities in these scenarios.

In this session, we’ll see how to protect a resource in an Android application by using Limited Secrets for its risk-free distribution.

Find out more about this subject:
Limitando el ámbito de uso de nuestros secretos en Latch con “Limited Secrets”