In industries like finance, broadcasting, software development, e-commerce, and gaming, Jscrambler is trusted by the Fortune 500 and over 43,000 firms and people in 145 countries. Gartner's Market Guide for Online Fraud Detection and Gartner's Market Guide for In-App Protection both acknowledge them. We are at a critical turning point in web security. This year’s streak of high-profile software supply chain attacks has put everyone on guard against the massive damage inflicted when attackers breach critical applications of private and public organizations, "says Rui Ribeiro, Jscrambler co-founder and CEO." "We anticipated this trend years ago and are successfully delivering differentiated technology and expertise to solve client-side attacks, enabling us to win over demanding customers, from Fortune 500 companies and SMEs alike."
According to the company, the new level of resiliency comes from making Jscrambler's code transformations more polymorphic—which means the protection engine will produce very different obfuscated versions with each build—and implementing new cutting-edge features to further cover up any sensitive logic and data contained in the code. A transition to a more app-centric platform was also an objective for this iteration, according to Jscrambler. They say that Jscrambler now allows developers to simply control the protection of their apps. As alternatives are selected, a new interface can show a near-instant preview of the resultant protected code, making it easier to grasp the particular consequence of each applied modification. Jscrambler will continue to be a disruptor, altering the application security landscape and providing a dependable client-side security solution for businesses and individuals. There are no excuses for disregarding the risks that are incurred when unprotected code is released, or for underestimating the necessity of monitoring what is going on the client side, as seen every day on the ever-expanding cyber-battlefield.