Mobile Device Security

COVID-19 Tracking Application

Mobile Device Security Android Reverse Engineering

Most of the countries around the world are in a more or less hard lockdown. In Europe, some countries are gradually starting to allow certain sports outings, visiting family or opening certain stores. An important fear is a possible second wave of contamination. To prevent that, some governments provide a mobile application to track the virus spreading.

COVID-19 Android Malware

Stay Home Mobile Device Security

During each crisis, some people use the fear of the population to make benefit. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 crisis is not an exception. There are a lot of different scams related to COVID-19. And a place where it is easy to perform these scams is on the Internet. Globally, the methods used are the same as before the crisis, but currently, the word, Coronavirus, COVID-19,... inspire fear. Fear lowers the level of caution for a lot of people. The possibility that a phishing campaign works is greater now than a few months ago, for example.

Mobile Device Security Training

Training Stay Home Offensive Security Mobile Device Security

On Wednesday 15 April 2020, we are organizing a special training session dedicated to Mobile Devices Security.

Decompile and modify an Android application

Mobile Device Security Secure Software Development

Usually, Android applications are written in Java (or, now, in Javascript) and compiled in a Dalvik bytecode (DEX file). Then, the bytecode is interpreted and executed by the Dalvik Virtual Machine.

Find secret API token in Android application

Offensive Security Mobile Device Security

In May 2019, Google announced there are 2.5 billion active Android devices. Thereby, most companies develop their own application. Not only the richest companies like Google, Facebook, Amazon,... but also a lot of smaller businesses.

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