Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz
Language: English | VTT | Size: 1.42 GB | Duration: 4.5 hours
This course is created with an idea of saying Bye Bye to outdated Android application penetration testing tools and techniques.
What you'll learn
Learn the fundamentals of Android Application Penetration Testing
Learn how to Reverse Eeer Android Apps
Learn how to patch Android Apps using apktool to bypass SSL Pinning
Learn how to bypass Jailbreak detection in Android Apps using objection
Learn how to trace crypto calls made by an Android app using Frida
Learn Android Application Penetration Testing using the modern day tools and techniques - Good Bye to old school tools
Learn how to use Frida to invoke functions from within the App
Learn Mobile App Pentesting to b your bug bounty journey
The course covers all the required basics
Let us learn Android Application Penetration Testing the right way with right tools and techniques.
This course introduces students to the security concepts associated with Android Apps developed using Android Programming Language. This is an intermediate level course, which bs with bner level concepts. This course covers a variety of concepts such as Android Application structure, Reversing Android Apps, Bypassing client side restrictions such as root detection, SSL Pinning etc. This course uses two vulnerable applications developed by the instructor to demonstrate how Android App vulnerabilities can be identified and exploited. This course teaches you how to identify a variety of Android App vulnerabilities such as Insecure Data Storage, Insecure Logging, Weak Jailbreak detection, insecure end to end encryption, SQL Injection etc.
The best part of the course is that you will get a detailed understanding of how to trace an Android app's run and write a bunch of Frida scripts to pentest the target applications.
Who this course is for:
Mobile Application Developers
Security professionals who are interested in Mobile App Security
Anyone who is interested in ethical hacking and penetration testing
Anyone who is interested in information security concepts