I'm trying to build my own PHP based REST Api for my Android app and I'm a litte bit confused by all the different user authentication stuff one can find on the internet. So I want to present my ...
I'm currently working on an Android app in which I want to authenticate someone against an REST API. I want to do this as secure as is (cost-)effective/possible/userfriendly. I've been looking around ...
Currently, I'm developing a bank related android app. I would share my knowledge and also maybe you guys are more expert than me so you can add your ideas to the list. Bank is a very special client. ...
I'm creating a simple Android application which requires reading and writing values to the cloud. I intent to use PHP for the webservice. But I'm a little confused over the authentication scheme. I ...
I'm a complete noob about security, so please, forgive me if I say something wrong. I have to develop a social network. The client will be an Android app and (probably) a web page for smartphones ...
Initial situation: A RESTful webservice defends against CSRF attacks by using the double submit cookie approach. This means that the authentication token gets submitted twice and verified at the ...