Did you know that your Excel add-ins are exposed to hackers and reverse engineering attacks? In less than 10 seconds it is possible to crack the application and steal all your customers data.
The extensions developed for Excel are executed on the client's computer, this causes a total lack of control over the security of the application, allowing any attacker to modify the software, bypass the license systems or make fraudulent use of it.
Nowadays it is very easy to reverse engineer extensions for the Microsoft Office suite, including Excel. Shield offers you the necessary security to keep your extensions always safe.
Your software will always have the most advanced security and the latest protection algorithms implemented. Minimize the risk of an attack using the most modern and up-to-date tool on the market.
Integrate security easily saving hours of work. Reduce costs in personnel and security consultancies to be able to focus on the development of your business.
We have developers and cybersecurity specialists to accompany you at all times. We not only help you answer questions about our products, we also advise you how to protect your application and we help you integrate and manage security easily.
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