- DOS: A flood of dummy requests to an application or its server until server resources are drained.
- Phishing: Creating false login pages to obtain users’ sensitive information.
- Clickjacking: Putting up pseudo buttons or links that cover real ones to lure user clicks.
Securing sensitive data
Maintaining Code Integrity
Obfuscation transforms code into a meaningless, difficult-to-decipher format that confuses hackers. Binding ties the code to specific web framework versions or environments, blocking execution on unauthorized platforms. Integrity checks via hashing spot any code modifications and trigger restore mechanisms. These integrity protection measures keep the website codebase safe from tampering. Powerful obfuscation using techniques like string encryption and control flow manipulation maximizes protection. Binding should account for all component and dependency versions in the web framework.
Securing the client-side
Preventing web scraping
Obfuscation garbles up page text and markup to block scrapers. Visible or invisible watermarks can detect unauthorized usage of scraped content. Disabling right-click on web pages restricts saving page assets. These anti-scraping measures allow websites to protect their intellectual property and competitive advantage. Advanced obfuscation can scramble text, image metadata, and page structure to evade scrapers. Watermarks should be varied across different users to enable tracking of leak sources.
Smoothening Third-Party Integrations
Simplifying Security Monitoring
Enhancing user trust