It has been a long time since I actually decided that I’ll make an online training course to the time now when I’m releasing one for you. A lot of people have been asking me about any course which they could follow to get started with Android Security. And to be honest, there has not been a single resource for Mobile Security that covered everything from the basics to the advanced level and is useful at the same time.
So, I decided to create the video course Android Hands-on Security and Exploitation Training for you and offer it completely free of cost at the same time.
I’ve been conducting a lot of training worldwide for various enterprises and other private classes, and the feedback from the training so far has been really amazing. People who’ve attended the training Advanced Android and iOS Hands-on Exploitation by me have said that this is the best training they have had so far. So, why not offer the training course as an online video series along with the vulnerable applications and the platform, so that everyone who couldn’t attend the training can also benefit.
Here’s the first introductory video for the course :
With this idea in mind, I’m presenting to you the Android Hands-on Security and Exploitation Training video series completely free of cost. Also, it would be really great if you could share the videos among your other folks so that people get to know about Attify and also get to learn something worthwhile at the same time. You could also follow me and Attify on Twitter and Facebook to get more real-time updates about the course, as well as mobile security in general.
If you’re interested to have a similar customized on-site training for your organisation, do reach out to us.
Some of the things that I will cover in the course are :
- Android Security Internals
- Setting up an Android Pentest Environment
- Android Application Reversing
- Android Rooting
- Package Managers and Activity Managers
- An in-depth guide to Smali
- Cracking and Patching Android Apps
- Dalvik and ART Internals
- Android Hooking includes creating custom hooks
- Application Security Auditing for Android Apps
- OWASP Mobile Top 10
- Static and Dynamic Analysis of Android Apps
- Automatic Android App security auditing
- Exploiting Android web views, backups, and debugs
and a lot more.