Encryption for everyone
End-to-end encryption ensures that only sender and recipient are able to read messages in plain text. Fraunhofer SIT’s Volksverschlüsselung simplifies the distribution of cryptographic codes in such a way that even a layman is able to manage it easily.MORE INFO
App security testing tool
Most apps, be they for internet shopping, gaming or social networking, are aimed at private users. But there are hidden risks for businesses. A new test framework will help to uncover gaps in app security and detect malware.LEARN MORE
Analysis Tool for Android Apps
Many mobile apps suffer from security vulnerabilities, some of which have severe consequences for users and providers. Analysts, developers, and IT consultants therefore often need to analyze Android apps in detail before they are allowed into productive use. To make this task easier and more efficient, Fraunhofer SIT has developed the CodeInspect tool.CodeInspect
Study: On the Security of Cloud Storage Services
The security of cloud storage services is often inadequate. This is the result of a study by the Fraunhofer Institute for Secure Information Technology, that tested various providers.DOWNLOAD NOW
Open Doors with your Smartphone
Keys in your Smartphone
Key2Share is a smartphone solution for NFC-enabled locks. It turns smartphones into door openers for cars, hotel rooms and offices. Access rights can be flexibly managed with a smartphone app. A special security architecture on the smartphone protects cryptographic keys from malware.
The Fraunhofer Institute for Secure Information Technology (SIT) has identified serious security vulnerabilities in Android's password apps. The manufacturers were informed and have corrected the vulnerabilities. However, users should ensure that they are using the updated app version.
Fraunhofer SIT expert on Trusted Computing Andreas Fuchs has been awarded the TCG Leadership Award of the Trusted Computing Group for his outstanding work in this field. On the latest assembly of TCG members, the award was handed over to Andreas Fuchs.
Many mobile applications have serious safety deficiencies. To make a detailed examination of the security features of Android apps more efficiently, Fraunhofer SIT together with the TU Darmstadt has developed CodeInspect. This tool can quickly detect vulnerabilities and malware in the program code.
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) and FraunhoferGesellschaft (Fraunhofer), a renowned German institution for applied research, are launching a research institute to develop digital technologies to help companies move into the digital era and remain competitive.
The Hessian Israeli Partnership Accelerator for Cybersecurity (HIPA) is a new initiative to accelerate cybersecurity research collaboration between Germany and Israel. At the launch reception at the Hebrew University's Edmond J. Safra campus, German and Israeli thought leaders and industry experts joined together.
Several innovations in the automotive industry are based on IT systems and their internet connection. However, increasing connectivity also poses new vulnerabilities. Fraunhofer SIT has developed a software platform where secure control units can be developed based on a TPM 2.0.