For some time now, we’ve wanted to create an online home for all of our products. Not only DexProtector, but Stringer, JCardSim, and Alice too.
October 19, 2020
May 27, 2020
In anticipation of the official announcement of Android 11 and WWDC 2020, we are releasing a new version of DexProtector that supports Android 11, XCode 11.5, and provides Threat Intelligence and Attack Telemetry.
October 22, 2019
The new version of DexProtector, the pre-eminent in-app protection solution for Android and iOS applications and SDKs (libraries), brings to support Android Studio 3.6 Beta, XCode 11 and improves the support for Android 10.
October 16, 2019
We are happy to announce the release of our new product DexProtector Studio which helps you with the analysis and protection of your applications and libraries for Android and iOS platforms.
July 1, 2019
This release brings a unique obfuscation mechanism for Objective-C classes, and extends DexProtector CryptoModule capabilities.
April 24, 2019
Meet Android Q support, CryptoModule for Android Libraries (AARs) and new Environment Checks module for iOS applications.
February 11, 2019
We are proud to announce the release of DexProtector 9.3.7. The two unique features of DexProtector, protection of Android Application Bundles and Android Libraries were significantly improved.
December 6, 2018
Xamarin is one of the most popular frameworks used for cross-platform mobile app development.
November 20, 2018
The Android Application Bundle is a new app publishing format. It is more efficient in terms of building and releasing your apps.
November 19, 2018
This version allows you to protect and obfuscate Android Application Bundles (AAB) and it also supports Android Studio 3.4.
August 27, 2018
The new version of DexProtector comes with the polished support for Android 9 (Pie), and we also announce the support for iOS platform. DexProtector now protects iOS Applications (IPAs) and iOS Frameworks.
April 26, 2018
As you know the new D8 dexer became the default one starting from Android Studio / Android Gradle Plugin 3.1. If your application can be targeted to minSDK >= 19, you can decrease the size of Dalvik byte code for array initialization operations. Initializing an array is a quite frequent thing in the development of Java and Android applications. So getting the byte code optimized is useful. Let us get into details.