Unlike today’s conventional application security solutions, whiteCryption® delivers cutting-edge obfuscation, self-defense, and key protection techniques to shield applications against reverse engineering and tampering for a better security posture.
Safeguard software application code, proprietary data, and company information across platforms—Android, iOS, Windows, macOS, and more
Provide protection with security that includes app trojanization, reverse engineering, and cryptographic key exposure
Ensure security and protect against hackers by shielding software and the data it processes – manually or automatically
“A layered, software-based approach consisting of whitebox cryptography and application-level shielding mechanisms should be the core component of multi-layer security for IoT.”
“By successfully addressing the key industry requirements in a highly efficient and economical manner, Intertrust Technologies has raised the bar in IoT security.”
“The adoption of Intertrust’s security solutions in verticals such as Connected Car, Mobile Payments, Entertainment, Healthcare and Medical is a testament to the capabilities of its implementations.”
— Vikrant Gandhi / Industry Director @ Frost & Sullivan
Today’s hackers are dramatically changing the conventional security threat paradigm built over decades. It is no longer sufficient to protect the enterprise infrastructure perimeter from external threats. Companies can no longer protect only themselves; they must proactively protect their customers from these new threats.
whiteCryption’s easy-to-use, cross-platform toolkit provides patented application security to protect software applications, mobile apps, and IoT devices while dramatically increasing their resistance against reverse engineering, tampering, and unwanted modifications.
whiteCryption Code Protection offers the highest quality application protection. Our advanced integrity solution can detect modifications in your code and guard software applications from static and dynamic analysis, hacking, and piracy.
While other solutions protect code at the binary level, our technology hardens software applications at the source code level. This prevents cybercriminals from using techniques such as reverse engineering to access sensitive information and resources contained within applications.Learn more
whiteCryption Secure Key Box is a state of the art white-box cryptographic library that protects cryptographic keys in sensitive applications. Our solution implements standard cryptographic algorithms (including AES, RSA, and ECC) to completely hide secret keys at rest and during runtime.
With FIPS 140-2 validation*, whiteCryption Secure Key Box ensures that government organizations, financial agencies, and resellers get the most robust protection available in an application security solution.
*NIST standard to accredit cryptographic modulesLearn more
With cyberthreats so pervasive, application protection shouldn’t be limited to any one platform or device. whiteCryption’s application security hardening solutions support Android, iOS, Linux, macOS, and Windows platforms, along with embedded operating systems, set-top boxes, connected-car, healthcare, and mobile banking devices.
whiteCryption receives continuous recognition as one of the most innovative and strongest application security solutions in the application security ecosystem.
That’s why our solutions are often acknowledged by prestigious groups of security experts. And why we were recently selected as “Best Security Software” and “Hot Company” in the application security solution category.
Intertrust Code Protection White Paper
Intertrust Connected Car Security White Paper
Discover the solutions for potential threats in modern connected cars.Download
Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Award
2017 North American IoT Application Protection Product Leadership Award ReportDownload
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