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Announcing the VMware Workspace ONE Dev Center on VMware {code}

Developers and app enthusiasts rejoice! We are excited to announce that VMware {code}&#rsquo;s latest addition: the VMware Workspace ONE Dev Center! VMware {code} will now host a wealth of ongoing developer focused content and support for Workspace ONE and VMware AirWatch unified endpoint management (UEM) and enterprise mobility management (EMM).

As we look at customer&#rsquo;s top-of-mind IT initiatives and trends, we consistently see a need for enabling employees with consumer simple and secure experiences that drive productivity. The Workspace ONE Dev Center helps enable enterprise developers to easily add enterprise security and management features and improve the mobile app experience.

Within the Workspace ONE Dev Center, developers will find in-depth overviews of how to securely integrate their enterprise mobile apps with Workspace ONE for:

  • Single sign-on (SSO);
  • Application passcode;
  • App tunneling;
  • Data leakage protection; and
  • More.

The resource section will include sample code, product updates, tutorials and other developer-friendly documentation updated on an ongoing basis.

Keeping Up with the Workspace ONE Developer Community

Our product teams consistently focus on making it easier for developers to build additional security, user experience enhancements and productivity workflows into enterprise mobile apps. The Workspace ONE Dev Center will have an ongoing blog series targeted toward developers, which will feature updates on releases, new sample code and tutorials, enterprise developer insights and more.

Get Involved: Join VMware {code} Alongside Nearly 3,800 Developers & Experts

VMware {code} has the fastest-growing developer community devoted to virtualization, cloud computing, DevOps and other topics. When you join VMware {code}, you have the opportunity to connect with VMware experts in the community and participate in outreach programs, including the VMware {code} Speaker Bureau. Sign up now.

Jump into the Conversation on Slack

Anyone who signs up for VMware {code} automatically receives a personal Slack invite within seconds. The VMware {code} communityalready has over 2,500 participants on Slack. Join todayand receive your personal Slack invite.

Want to learn more about Workspace ONE, our award-winning digital workspace solution? Simply click here to sign-up for a free hands-on lab.

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New Browser Security Threat: What You Need to Know

The latest cybersecurity threat to you and your users may just lie on the very browser you are using to read this article. A new attack is making the rounds on both Firefox and Chrome browsers (software details below). The threat uses Unicode to register domains that look completely identical to actual domains. Users can […]]> The latest cybersecurity threat to you and your users may just lie on the very browser you are using to read this article.

A new attack is making the rounds on both Firefox and Chrome browsers (software details below). The threat uses Unicode to register domains that look completely identical to actual domains. Users can be fooled into signing into these fake websites, providing login credentials or other personal information and instantly exposing secure information to the attackers.

A new attack tricks users into logging into seemingly secure, fake websites, exposing secure information to attackers.

This attack is possible due to &#rsquo;Punycode&#rdquo; support in browsers. Punycode makes it possible to register a domain with foreign characters. For example, xn--80ak6aa92e.com shows up as apple.com when launched in a browser. The xn-- prefix is what is known as an ASCII compatible encoding prefix. It lets the browser know that the domain uses Punycode encoding to represent Unicode characters.

Attackers can use the Unicode characters for popular sites and can also obtain SSL certificates for their fake sites, which would then appear as secure (indicated by a green padlock) to users. This affects the current version of Chrome browser, which is version 57.0.2987, and the current version of Firefox, which is version 52.0.2.

For security-conscious organizations, it is imperative to be protected against these types of threats. Deploying a secure browser, such as VMware Browser, helps to safeguard your organization and your employees from unpredictable threats such as this.

[Related: Productivity Apps Spotlight: Updates for VMware Boxer, Content Locker, Browser & Socialcast]

VMware Browser operates similarly to popular browsers such as Chrome and Safari. With a native user experience, users can securely access the information they need on the go. VMware Browser also integrates with secure backend networks to provide users with instant access to corporate web apps and intranet sites without manually connecting to VPN.

Please note: If you are a customer using VMware Browser today, you will not be affected by this threat.

The threat of a cyber attack is an ever-looming topic. Stay informed with cybersecurity news on the AirWatch Blog:

  • How This Company Blocks Over 1,000 Mobile Security Threats Every Month
  • VMware AirWatch Security: Year in Review
  • Trend Alert: The 5 Next Big Things in Mobile Security

 

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