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Hacking the Android APK Training

Learning Objectives

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Introduction to Android and Mobile Security Fundamentals

Into to Android Applications and the APK

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Android Application Hacking Use Cases

Setting Up Your Android Test Environment

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Static Analysis

Dynamic Analysis

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Forensic Analysis

Intermediate and Advanced Topics

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Example APK Analysis Walkthroughs

Capstone: Hacking the Android APK CTF Tournament

Course Schedule

Introduction to Android and Mobile Security Fundamentals 

Into to Android Applications and the APK 

Android Application Hacking Use Cases 

Setting Up Your Android Test Environment 

Static Analysis 

Dynamic Analysis 

Forensic Analysis 

Intermediate and Advanced Topics 

Example APK Analysis Walkthroughs 

Capstone: Hacking the Android APK CTF Tournament 

Training program

Required Materials

Students will need to bring their own Windows/Linux/macOS laptop with 8 GB RAM, WiFi, USB, and VirtualBox or VMware installed. A VM will be made available to attendees for download before class, as well as available on USB flash drives at the start of class. Physical, rooted Android test devices will be available for use by students for the duration of the training (depending on class size).

Average Salary

$121,622/year

 Level 

 Beginner/Intermediate 

 Pre-Requisites 

 Previous mobile development or general pen testing experience is helpful, but not required.

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About the Instructor:

Ben brings a diverse background in cybersecurity, IT, law, and law enforcement to Polito. After earning his JD from William & Mary School of Law in 2010 and providing IT and e-discovery support to law firms, Ben joined Booz Allen Hamilton as a cybersecurity consultant in 2012. While a member of Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) hunt teams assigned to commercial and federal clients, Ben sharpened his network security monitoring, forensics, incident response, malware analysis, cyber threat intelligence, and security architecture skills. He has earned the CISSP, GIAC Certified Forensic Analyst (GCFA), GIAC Web Application Penetration Tester (GWAPT), and Splunk Certified Power User certifications. Ben is a member of the Maryland bar and volunteers at a pro bono legal clinic.

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