Hi all,

In our application we are facing the insecure function usage error in PT bug.

How can i rectify this, need solution ASAP

Hi Ellakkiya Selvadurai,

Your screenshot is not readable. Please provide a better quality one so we can understand what your problem is?

Jorge Martins wrote:

Hi Ellakkiya Selvadurai,

Your screenshot is not readable. Please provide a better quality one so we can understand what your problem is?

Hi Jorge Martins,

Thankyou for your reply

Herewith I had attached the clear screen shot of error


Hi Ellakkiya Selvadurai,


Some questions in order to be able to help you out:

  1. Which tool are you using to do this analysis?
  2. Which plugins are you using in your application? (any?)


Thanks,

RG

Ellakkiya Selvadurai wrote:


Hey there,

If you create an empty application - literally empty, just the login and an empty homescreen - and generate the app, what does that tool tell us?

It's important to understand what's due to the platform and what's due to third-party plugins.

Cheers!

Ruben G wrote:

Hi Ellakkiya Selvadurai,


Some questions in order to be able to help you out:

  1. Which tool are you using to do this analysis?
  2. Which plugins are you using in your application? (any?)


Thanks,

RG

Hi Ruben G,

Thankyou for your reply,

Multilingual, InAppbrowser , onesignalplugin 

these are the plugins i have used in my application.




Ellakkiya Selvadurai wrote:

Ruben G wrote:

Hi Ellakkiya Selvadurai,


Some questions in order to be able to help you out:

  1. Which tool are you using to do this analysis?
  2. Which plugins are you using in your application? (any?)


Thanks,

RG

Hi Ruben G,

Thankyou for your reply,

Multilingual, InAppbrowser , onesignalplugin 

these are the plugins i have used in my application.




Ok, and how are you analyzing it?

A good troubleshoot like @Armando Gomes suggested is to create a in new OutSystems app, generate the ipa, and run in the tool. The idea is to understand if it's the platform or one of these pugins causing it.

Also bear in mind that this might be false positive warnings.