Webinar Mobile Application Security: Android basics

The recording of the webinar 'Mobile Application Security: Android basics' on March 26th 2019, presented by Ben Brücker is now available.

We hope that you enjoyed the webinar and it was useful to understand and know important concepts for mobile application security. Do you want to expand your (mobile application) hacking skills? Our interactive training course is planned for 2 & 3 July 2019 and open to join. Reserve your seat now.

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About the webinar

In this part of our webinar series you will learn all you need to get started with investigating the security of Android applications. We will show you how to perform Man-in-the-Middle-attacks (MiTM attacks) as an effective way to analyse the communication between an application and it's backend. Also, a demonstration is given of how to download Android applications from your phone and then analyse and change it's code. Allowing you to understand it's inner workings, and possibly escalate your privileges. All the techniques shown in this webinar can be achieved with free, open source, software and either a physical Android device or device emulator.

Speaker:  Ben Brücker, Senior Security Specialist

This webinar is suitable for: Mobile application developers, pentesters, mobile application testers, software engineers, technical staff involved in security management.

Watch the webinar to:

  • Gain knowledge of the Android architecture setup
  • Gain knowledge of security concepts and methods for protecting mobile applications
  • Gain knowledge on how to perform a mobile application attack like MitM and modifying application data
  • Get access to multiple sources to develop your skills further

Learn from the expert

ben brücker senior security specialist at secura

Ben Brücker, Senior Security Specialist at Secura.
Ben is a security specialist with a wide variety of interests. His specialization is in the fields of web- and mobile-applications. Currently Ben is developing his skills in the fields of pentesting, reverse-engineering and exploit development.

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