The Backendless Cloud Enterprise Plan provides enterprise-level security features at an affordable price. Session Manager lets you dig into user access to your application.
The Backendless Cloud Enterprise Plan provides enterprise-level security features at an affordable price. Panic Mode is a key feature that gives you peace of mind in the event that a team member’s login credentials are compromised.
The Backendless Cloud Enterprise Plan provides enterprise-level security features at an affordable price. Audit Logs provide a complete picture of all of the actions taken by your team members with access to your Backendless application.
The 2FA Login plugin enables applications built with Backendless to provide an authentication option where a user can login using the TOTP (Time-based One Time Password) form of two-factor authentication (2FA).
The process of adding an SSL certificate to secure your app’s domain is undergoing a change. Now, Cloud 99 plans receive a free SSL certificate, generated by us.
Custom API keys may not seem like the most exciting feature of Backendless, but the flexibility that they provide is extremely valuable. In this article, we are going to take a closer look at this unheralded feature.
In another post, we described how to adjust an object’s access control list (ACL) using Backendless Console. As we mentioned, in addition to Backendless Console, the object’s permissions can be controlled using API.
In another post, we wrote about how to create developer-defined security roles and how to secure data table access for a security role. Ultimately when a client application makes API requests, the security evolves around users, since it is a user who authenticates themselves against the system.
In another post, we described how to obtain a file’s public URL using Backendless Console. Even though anyone can obtain a public URL for a file or directory, it is very easy to change the permissions to restrict file download for anonymous (not authenticated) users.