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Protecting software and system integrity

You have gained a solid foundation for implementing the most common security controls in iOS app development. You can now finish up your skill set by learning how to maintain application and device integrity.

    Syllabus

  • Logging, part 3 Video — 00:08:21
    • In this segment, we learn about Apple’s new Unified Logging System and how to implement it in Swift.

  • Logging Video — 00:06:52
    • In this segment, we learn about basic logging in Swift.

  • Error handling Video — 00:11:08
    • In this segment, we examine error handling in Swift, including using the throws keywork, do … catch and try.

  • Understanding risks associated with external code Video — 00:07:07
    • In this segment, we discuss the realities, pros and the cons of using third-party code in our app.

  • Secure iOS coding roundup Video — 00:09:27
    • In this segment, we review the key points of all that we have learned in this path.

  • Jailbreak detection Video — 00:12:53
    • In this segment, we learn various ways to detect if your app is installed on a jailbroken device.

  • New vulnerability research Video — 00:07:06
    • In this segment, we see how to continue our vulnerability research online.vvvvv

  • Logging, part 2 Video — 00:06:32
    • In this segment, we learn how to use NSLog in Swift to log errors.

  • Activity: Handling errors Video — 00:14:32
    • In this activity, we incorporate error handling in Swift, learning how to manage unexpected conditions in our code.

  • Activity: Working with external code Video — 00:06:45
    • In this activity, we make a call to a third-party function in Swift.

  • Conclusion Video — 00:00:32
    • In this segment, we wrap up and say farewell.

  • Activity: Detecting a jailbroken device Video — 00:03:57
    • In this activity, we use our app to test if the device is jailbroken.

  • Testing types Video — 00:14:43
    • In this segment, we learn about the various testing types and when to use each one as you develop your app.

Syllabus

Course description

No study of secure application development would be complete without also understanding how to monitor your code and the platform it runs on. In this final course, you will consider the risks of integrating code you did not write into your app. You will learn how to handle and log errors generated within your app. You will also learn about the many types of tests your app should go through before it is released to users. You will see the risks of running your app on a jailbroken device, and how your app can detect if it has been installed on such a device. You will also learn where to go to continue your security education, and finish up with a review of key points from this path.

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