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Penetration Testing (or Pentesting) for Applications refers to an ethical (white-hat) attack reproduction intended to highlight the security control efficacy of an application by placing enough stress on threats posed by real-world exploitable weaknesses. The blend of commercialization and BYOD has brought in a major impasse to organizational security. This course is designed specifically to combat security threats aimed at mobile applications. Enroll & Get Certified now!
Penetration Testing (or Pentesting) for Applications refers to an ethical (white-hat) attack reproduction intended to highlight the security control efficacy of an application by placing enough stress on threats posed by real-world exploitable weaknesses. The blend of commercialization and BYOD has brought in a major impasse to organizational security. This course is designed specifically to combat security threats aimed at mobile applications.
This course enables the participants to effectively analyze Security Flows in Web Applications, Operating Systems, and Mobile Applications. During the course participants will learn simulations of a horde of attacks, showcasing general web application attacks, but focusing on mobile application dedicated attacks. The simulation entails what an actual hacker could do to breach the application and expose confidential data. After performing the penetration testing, participants will be taught to how to document an in-depth report showing security vulnerabilities identified in the Penetration Test.
Before we dive into Security and Penetration Testing, we will introduce you to the Android environment. There are few key concepts you should be familiar with before we get started.
Prior to diving into Android Application Security, we need to have a means to examine, build, debug and run applications. For these purposes, we’ll need to install the Android Studio IDE (Integrated Development Environment).
Understanding how Android Studio compiles the code and resources into a working Android application will help you better understand how all the pieces fit together. This will also provide insight into the protection employed to guarantee the authenticity of applications and circumstances by which they can be rendered meaningless.
In this section, we’ll discuss the process of reversing Android applications. This is an important skill for anyone who wants to audit the security of third-party applications where the source code is unavailable.
Rooting is a process by which one obtains “root” or system level access to an Android device. In this module you will learn why it can be important for our security tests but also which are the implications of rooting a device.
In order to perform a thorough pentest on Android application you must know and master all its components. In this module you will study all the fundamental concepts and topics that you may encounter during your security test tasks
Mobile devices are unique in how they use networks, being almost exclusively wireless and often bouncing between cellular and Wi-Fi networks. To lower cellular data traffic, some cellular carriers provide Wi-Fi hotspots for their customers. Bad guys know this and will often set up fake Wi-Fi networks, tricking the devices into connecting. In this module you will learn how to configure your environment in order to inspect and analyze network traffic.
How securely data is stored on mobile devices has become a hot topic lately. In fact, Insecure Data Storage is second most common vulnerability, according to the OWASP Mobile Top Ten.
If you are familiar with Clickjacking in web applications, you’re already familiar with the basic concepts of Tapjacking. In a Tapjacking attack, a malicious application is launched and positions itself atop a victim application. In this module you will see some example of Tapjacking, but also how to properly develop an Application to solve this issue.
Static Code Analysis is a process for programmatically examining application code on disk, rather than while it is running. There are numerous scientifically rigorous approaches to the problems of validating that code is free of errors. In this module you will learn how to perform security tests on Android application by using different static code analysis.
Dynamic Code Analysis is the process by which code is reviewed for vulnerabilities by actually executing some or all of the code. This execution could occur in a normal environment, virtualized environment or a debugger. This type of inspection also allows you to directly observe network requests, interactions with other applications and the results of any error conditions encountered.
To understand the iOS ecosystem, we need to realize that iOS operating system is based on Darwin OS, which was originally written by Apple in C, C++ and Objective-C. Darwin is also at the heart of OSX, and thus OS X and iOS share some common foundation.
Jailbreaking is the process of actively circumventing/removing such restrictions and other security controls put in place by the operating system. This allows users to install unapproved apps (apps not signed by a certificate issued by Apple) and leverage more APIs, which are otherwise not accessible in normal scenarios.
Before we proceed, it is important to understand a few fundamental concepts unique to apple ecosystem, and more precisely related to the iOS app development process. Apple provides simulators for different hardware and iOS versions.
In this module you will learn how the iOS build process works and what are the differences between running an application on a device or the emulator.
There is an incentive for an attacker to examine and understand how the software works, so that they can then look for further weak spots or patch/manipulate those binaries to their advantage. In this module you will see which are the most used techniques and tools to successfully reverse iOS application.
In order to perform a thorough pentest on iOS applications you must know and master all its components. In this module you will study how applications are composed and what each component is useful for.
In this module you will start running your security tests against iOS Applications. Depending on the target of your tests, you will learn different techniques and use multiple tools to reach your goal.
In this module you will learn how to configure your environment in order to inspect and analyze network traffic.
iOS 6 and later versions, have a built in support for powerful device management capability with fine grain controls that allows an organization to control the corporate apple devices and data stored on it. In this module you will see which options organizations have to get clear visibility into all the active devices, ensure that the devices are in compliance, that the software running on these devices is up to date and much more.
There is a certain class of applications, that has significant amount of client side logic built into it. Typical examples include word-processing software, image editors, games, utilities etc. In such cases, there is an incentive for attackers to be able to examine and understand how the software works, so that they can then look for further weak spots in the application or bypass restrictions that are applied locally.
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