This article gives an idea about how your Android pentesting environment should look like. What tools should I use? Do I really need a physical device? Do I need a rooted device to pentest an application?
Category: Mobile security
Mobile Pentesting 101 – Bypassing Biometric Authentication
Android and iOS Fingerprint bypassing techniques. The article presents multiple biometric bypass methods, including Frida and objection.
Runtime Mobile Security (RMS) – How To Instrument Android Java Classes And Methods At Runtime
Runtime Mobile Security (RMS) is a powerful web interface powered by Frida that helps you manipulate Android and iOS Applications at Runtime.
Root detection and SSL pinning bypass
There are multiple methods to circumvent the client-side security that blocks the usage of the tested application in an unsafe environment such as Rooted or Jailbroken devices. Next, I will give you the top-most used methods for iOS and Android.
Mobile penetration testing on Android using Drozer
Mobile phones have become an indispensable part of our daily life. We use mobile phones to communicate with our loved ones, for quick access to
How to install Android 5.0.1 Lollipop on Samsung Galaxy S4
With the new release of Android 5.0.1 Lollipop, we wanted to explore its new features and security enhancements. However, since this version of Android is