In this tutorial, learn how to secure your Sinch calls in your own backend using the REST API and C#, to control where you connect calls.
Refresh your memory with the Sinch documentation and make sure you have signed up for an account to get started. It will also help if you have followed our previous tutorial about building a secure backend in C#.
Since 1957, when a five-year-old boy with perfect pitch first phreaked AT&T switches and invented phreaking, phones have been a target for different types of fraud that costs customers and phone companies billions of dollars. However, if you’re using the… read more
Verification serves as an effective method for securing your user base, reducing fraudulent or duplicate signups, and for two-factor authentication (requiring user to be in possession of the phone during signup). Sinch verification products can be integrated into your Android,… read more
We’ve given you some of the reasons verification is useful and becoming increasingly necessary, notably: Phone numbers serve as a username with longevity Reduce fraudulent or duplicate signups Two factor authentication (require user to be in possession of a phone… read more