February 28, 2019

Jscrambler 6.0: Say Hello to JavaScript Threat Monitoring

By Jscrambler | 2 min read

Jscrambler 6.0 is Here!

Today, Jscrambler enters a new chapter.

Since our 5.0 release in May 2017, much happened. We've been recognized in Gartner’s Market Guide for Application Shielding. We've grown as a leading enterprise-grade client-side security solution and kept educating professionals on the need to protect the client-side.

And we're thrilled to release Jscrambler 6.0 with a groundbreaking new feature: JavaScript Threat Monitoring.

Start Monitoring Your JavaScript

With JavaScript Threat Monitoring, Jscrambler provides groundbreaking visibility over every threat to your JavaScript code. This will enable you to monitor and be notified in real-time whenever someone tries to debug, tamper with, or break a code lock in your protected code.

So, as an example, if you have a browser lock and only allow your code to run on Firefox, you'll see details of every attempt to run your code on any other browser.

It's all about visibility. By staying on top of how your protected code is performing, you'll be able to understand the threat landscape that surrounds it and improve its security.

And, of course, this will be a breeze thanks to our new Jscrambler 6.0 dashboard.

Hello, New Dashboard!

The new Jscrambler dashboard will enable you to easily check the status of your protected code. At a glance, you'll easily find statistics for all threats categorized by type, location, IP, and time stamp.

Jscrambler 6 New Dashboard

But this dashboard goes beyond JavaScript protection. We have unified the Jscrambler 6.0 dashboard to serve as a central place to manage both our Code Integrity and Webpage Integrity modules.

In this same dashboard, you can now quickly set up and manage our webpage monitoring solution. You will see all threats to the client-side of your application, including specific details of the injected code and its location.

This new dashboard will serve as a crucial radar in your battle against supply chain attacks, customer hijacking, and any DOM tampering attempts.

Interested in knowing more? Want to see a live demo? Talk to us!

Stronger than Ever

Jscrambler 6.0 doesn't stop here.

We've made several improvements to our JavaScript Application Shielding solution, with new transformations, increased protection against specific reverse-engineering tools and techniques, and more.

Be sure to try our JavaScript Threat Monitoring, and learn more about all new Jscrambler 6.0 features.

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JscramblerThe leader in client-side Web security. With Jscrambler, JavaScript applications become self-defensive and capable of detecting and blocking client-side attacks like Magecart.
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