Mobile Application Hacking and Penetration Testing (Android)
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Duration: 1.5 hours | Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Practice Mobile Application Hacking and Penetration Testing against a number of real world mobile applications.
What you’ll learn
You will understand the different types of vulnerabilities that affect mobile applications and have the practical knowledge
to attack and exploit them.
Perform real world attacks on Android Devices and Apps.
By the end of the course , You will learn How to Fuzz mobile apps.
OWASP Top Ten Mobile and Web most common vulnerabilities.
Build your own home lab on mobile application security.
By the end of the course , You will learn Mobile applications reverse engineering.
Practice on real world mobile applications.
Provides you the skills necessary to peform Penetration tests of mobile applications.
Basic knowledge of programming fundamentals.
A desire to learn.
This course includes all necessary information to start your carrier in Cyber Security field. This course aims to teach you
how to perform full penetration testing on Android Mobile applications.
Course at a glance:
– Start from Android architectures basics.
– Covers Mobile applications reverse engineering.
– Practice on real world mobile applications.
– Build your own home lab on mobile application security.
– Provides you the skills necessary to perform Penetration tests of mobile applications.
Introduction To Mobile Apps.
Mobile Application Security.
Mobile Application Penetration Testing.
The most common areas where we find mobile application data resides.
The Architecture of Android.
The App Sandbox and the Permission Model.
Android Compilation Process.
Android Startup Process.
Android Application Components.
Setup a testing environment.
Android Debug Bridge (adb).
Digging deeper into Android (ADB tool).
intercept and analyze the network traffic.
Reversing an Android application.
OWASP top 10 vulnerabilities for mobiles.
Install DIVA (Damn insecure and vulnerable App).
Insecure Logging Issue.
Insecure Data Storage.
Database Insecure Storage.
Insecure Data Storage Inside Temporary Files.
Input Validation Issues – SQL Injection.
Input Validation Issues – Exploiting Webview Vulnerability.
Who this course is for:
Mobile App Developers
Anyone who has a personal or professional interest in attacking mobile applications.
All who wants to start their carrier in android security.