In Android Release, Release Note

We never stop improving AppSealing Solution. Every new release has security patches, bug fixes, and new or changed features that assure security and stability for your apps. Thanks to all of the great feedback we have received since our last version 2.18.3.0. As always we would suggest upgrading to the latest revision in your release series.

What’s new in AppSealing version 2.19.0.0
Welcome to the AppSealing’s new version 2.19.0.0. There are a number of updates in this version that we hope you will like, some of the Major Improvements and Fixes include:

Rooting and cheating app detection Improved
1. Game guardian, lucky patcher, Magisk detection improved and package name modified version of those are detected as well 
2. Freedom bypass activities detection improved
3. Rooting detection of LD player improved  

Encrypted Dex loading time improved
AppSealing new version has made a 30% improvement on encrypted Dex loading time than the previous version on average. Dex load time improvement will contribute to better app performance on low-cost devices

Compatibility error with Unity il2cpp build and Unreal engine fixed
Error reported in some apps, using Unity il2cpp and Unreal engine, occurred while loading il2cpp/UE module fixed.

Fixes error not sending a crash report to Crashlytics


This release is recommended for all users and is a free update to all existing AppSealing customers and subscribers. 


How to apply new AppSealing version
Enterprise plan customers are able to choose Android AppSealing security versions on AppSealing Developer Console (ADC) or CLI supporting DevOps. 

  • Sign-in to ADC and select the security version 2.19.0.0
  • CLI: set parameter as “-service_version 2.19.0.0″

Pay as you go plan customers are being supported by the most updated APK sealing version in ADC.

We’re always here to help! If you come across a problem, want to provide feedback, or require support, you can get in touch by email (support@appsealing.com).

Govindraj Basatwar
Govindraj Basatwar
Govindraj is a Global Sales Head for AppSealing at INKA Entworks. He keenly follows the innovation and development in cybersecurity, IT, content and application security, and software development, and loves to educate everyone about the what, why, and how of major incidents in the cybersecurity world. His views on industry trends and best practices have been featured in articles, white papers, and had been a keynote guest at multiple security events.

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