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Secure RemoteObject

Engaged ,
Dec 19, 2017

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I am using RemoteObject to perform all my database transactions in a mobile AIR app. AMF is fast and it is compact so it will save me a lot on bandwidth. But I am concerned about submitting to the Apple App Store and the Google Play store due to security reasons. They now only allow transactions with SSL https sites and URLs in your application, so I am concerned that my RemoteObject webservices will not be considered secure enough. Phone numbers, email addresses, and home addresses are passed using these services.

1) Does anyone know if the App Store/Google Play will allow unsecured AMF webservices?

2) Is there a way to encrypt AMF RemoteObject webservices? I am using Zend and PHP

Thanks for any thoughts!

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Secure RemoteObject

Engaged ,
Dec 19, 2017

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I am using RemoteObject to perform all my database transactions in a mobile AIR app. AMF is fast and it is compact so it will save me a lot on bandwidth. But I am concerned about submitting to the Apple App Store and the Google Play store due to security reasons. They now only allow transactions with SSL https sites and URLs in your application, so I am concerned that my RemoteObject webservices will not be considered secure enough. Phone numbers, email addresses, and home addresses are passed using these services.

1) Does anyone know if the App Store/Google Play will allow unsecured AMF webservices?

2) Is there a way to encrypt AMF RemoteObject webservices? I am using Zend and PHP

Thanks for any thoughts!

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