Android Application Penetration Testing Part 2

Android Application Penetration Testing Part 2

With my last article(Android Application Penetration testing Part 1) we had look at the basic architecture of the Android device. Now Let’s collect some Android Application Pentesting tools and build setup for hacking: There...
Android Application Penetration Testing

Android Application Penetration Testing – Part 7

In Last Part Android Application Penetration Testing Part 6 We have seen about the Vulnerabilities has been categorized as TOP 10. INSECURE LOGGING- ADB Logcat: Logcat is a command-line tool that dumps a log of system messages, including stack traces when the...
Android Application Penetration Testing

Android Application Penetration Testing – Part 5

Android Components Three of the four component types—activities, services, and broadcast receivers—are activated by an asynchronous message called an intent. Activating Components Intents bind individual components to...
Android Checklist

Android Application Penetration Testing – Part 11 – Android Checklist

Mobile platforms provide many different services, from authentication, to secure data storage, to secure network communications. Failing to use some part of the platform correctly, therefore, could expose data, allow connections to untrusted hosts. With Android Application part 11,...
bypass ssl

Bypassing and Disabling SSL Pinning on Android to Perform Man-in-the-Middle Attack

Certificate Pinning is an extra layer of security to achieve protection against man-in-the-middle. It ensures only certified Certificate Authorities (CA) can sign certificates for your domain, and not any CA in your browser store.

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