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The latest Hakin9 Magazine is out! This issue is all about Android security and features my article on using Kali NetHunter and Responder together for getting quick user credentials.
The objective of this tutorial is to learn the most common vulnerabilities in mobile applications using an app intentionally designed to be insecure.
This tutorial will be based on the Windows platform, but you can use other systems if you wish.
A quirky companion to get the hidden potential vulnerabilities of any Android applications. It is an open community tool designed to haiin9 mobile application security pentesters to leverage its capabilities to reverse engineer mobile applications and conduct static analysis on the hidden vulnerabilities that can potentially create critical breaches. This article will explain how to use it. Reverse engineering is a complex and cumbersome task, so tools like Androguard make this task automated and hence ease the job of reverse engineers.
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This tutorial provides a brief introduction of Androguard, explains various tools available inside Androguard and provides some examples of basic reverse engineering with Androguard.
And much more, check it out!
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This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Other Articles in this Issue Include: Mobile Penetration Testing Tutorial by Olivia Orr The objective of this tutorial is to learn the most common vulnerabilities in linuc applications using an app intentionally designed to be insecure.