When I research about FREAK attack, most of them explain about the server and browser vulnerability, but how about native apps (e.g. Windows executable program, mobile apps)?
As far as I can tell, the "FREAK" vulnerability affects the SChannel library (Internet Explorer and related Windows browsers), Apple's SSL library (Safari and other MacOSX/IOS browsers), and OpenSSL (most Android browsers and a scattering of Linux browsers). The NSS library (Firefox and Chrome) does not appear to be affected.
it seems that it's related to the TLS libraries they are using. Is it also the same for native apps?
If it is, then as a user, how can we detect that?