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I've made a video with Anastasiia Voitova to discuss how unsafe it actually is to store any sensitive information–like an API key–inside the resources of an app. People seemed to have found it useful, so I'm sharing it here 🙌
1 project | reddit.com/r/swift | 8 Sep 2021
Why bother using something as complicated as https://github.com/pjebs/Obfuscator-iOS when it can be defeated in a couple of minutes using Proxyman? I don't even have to bother decrypting the ipa using frida.
What are some alternatives?
CryptoSwift - CryptoSwift is a growing collection of standard and secure cryptographic algorithms implemented in Swift
OpenSSL - Swift OpenSSL for OS X and Linux
cocoapods-keys - A key value store for storing per-developer environment and application keys
CommonCrypto.swift - :trident: CommonCrypto in Swift, and more
SwiftSSL - An Elegant crypto toolkit in Swift.
Lockbox - Objective-C utility class for storing data securely in the key chain.
SipHash - Simple and secure hashing in Swift with the SipHash algorithm
BlueCryptor - Swift cross-platform crypto library using CommonCrypto/libcrypto
SCrypto - Elegant Swift interface to access the CommonCrypto routines
UICKeyChainStore - UICKeyChainStore is a simple wrapper for Keychain on iOS, watchOS, tvOS and macOS. Makes using Keychain APIs as easy as NSUserDefaults.