This plugin provides the ability to verify rooting and integrity on Android and iOS platforms.

pub package

Features

  • Can check whether the device is rooted or jailBroken.
  • Can check whether the device on which the app is installed is a physical device.
  • Can check that the app is installed through the correct content service (such as Google Play or Apple Store).

Getting started

To use this plugin, add flutter_security_checker as a dependency in your pubspec.yaml file. For example:

dependencies:
  flutter_security_checker: ^1.0.1

How to use

import 'package:flutter_security_checker/flutter_security_checker.dart';

void _onCheckButtonPressed() async {
  // Check whether the device is rooted or jailBroken.
  // In Android Emulator or iOS Simulator it always returns true.
  final isRooted = await FlutterSecurityChecker.isRooted;
  
  // Check whether the device on which the app is installed is a physical device.
  final isRealDevice = await FlutterSecurityChecker.isRealDevice;
  
  // Check that the app is installed through the correct content service (such as Google Play or Apple Store).
  // It is not an app installed through content service or always returns false in debugging mode.
  final hasCorrectlyInstalled = await FlutterSecurityChecker.hasCorrectlyInstalled;
}

NOTE: The isRooted and hasCorrectlyInstalled functions may not work properly in the development environment. In development environment, it is recommended to turn off notifications using the kReleaseMode of the flutter/foundation.dart package appropriately.

Support

If you find any bugs or issues while using the plugin, please register an issues on GitHub. You can also contact us at hwj930513@naver.com.

Libraries

flutter_security_checker