Mobile Application Penetration Testing Course Overview

Mobile Application Penetration Testing Course Overview

The Mobile Application Penetration Testing course is a comprehensive program designed to equip learners with the skills necessary to assess and improve the security of mobile applications. Android security is a focal point, where learners are introduced to the operating system’s architecture, security measures, and underlying frameworks. By understanding the Android system architecture and security enforcement, students will be able to identify and exploit vulnerabilities within Android applications.

The course covers various infrastructure components such as VPNs, MDM, and IAM, ensuring learners are well-versed in the mobile ecosystem. Practical skills are honed through environment setup, reverse engineering, and auditing apps. Learners will tackle mobile application threats, learning how to test for and mitigate issues like insecure storage, client-side injections, and more, guided by the OWASP Mobile Top 10.

Modules on Application Penetration Testing and Security Assessment delve into specific attack techniques and defenses, enhancing the ability to uncover weaknesses and secure mobile applications against common and advanced threats. The course also includes a module on SQLite databases, highlighting their role in mobile apps and associated security vulnerabilities.

Finally, learners will master the art of reporting by learning how to write a penetration testing report, a crucial skill for communicating findings and recommendations to stakeholders effectively. This course is ideal for those looking to specialize in mobile security and provides a strong foundation for a career in penetration testing.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure that you are well-prepared and can get the most out of our Mobile Application Penetration Testing course, we recommend that you have the following prerequisites:

  • Basic understanding of Information Security principles.
  • Familiarity with the Linux operating system, as it is commonly used in penetration testing environments.
  • Knowledge of programming concepts and experience in at least one programming language (Java is recommended due to its use in Android app development).
  • Basic knowledge of web technologies (HTML, JavaScript, and server-side scripting) to understand client-server interactions.
  • Familiarity with the Android operating system and experience with using Android devices.
  • Understanding of network concepts, including VPNs, firewalls, and common network protocols.
  • Prior exposure to the concepts of databases and SQL as they relate to web and mobile applications.

While it is beneficial to have prior experience in penetration testing, it is not strictly necessary. The course is designed to guide you through the various aspects of mobile application security, from the basics to more advanced techniques. Our expert instructors will help bridge any gaps in your knowledge and provide hands-on experience with the tools and techniques used by professionals in the field.

Target Audience for Mobile Application Penetration Testing

The Mobile Application Penetration Testing course equips IT professionals with the skills to secure mobile apps against cyber threats.

  • Cybersecurity analysts
  • Penetration testers
  • Mobile application developers
  • Security consultants
  • IT security professionals
  • Ethical hackers
  • Software engineers interested in security
  • Security auditors
  • Information security officers
  • Network security administrators
  • System administrators seeking security roles

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Mobile Application Penetration Testing?

Introduction to Learning Outcomes:

This Mobile Application Penetration Testing course equips learners with the skills to identify, analyze, and exploit security vulnerabilities in Android applications and mobile infrastructures.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand the Android operating system's architecture and security layers to identify potential points of vulnerability.
  • Analyze Android application components and the signing process for insights into security enforcement.
  • Set up a secure and efficient testing environment using Android Virtual Devices and penetration testing tools.
  • Perform Reverse Engineering of Android applications to uncover hidden functionalities and security flaws.
  • Identify and exploit a wide range of mobile application threats, including insecure storage, injection attacks, and unauthorized data transmission.
  • Conduct thorough penetration tests on mobile applications to validate input, identify buffer overflows, and test for various injection vulnerabilities.
  • Assess and bypass authentication and authorization mechanisms in mobile applications to evaluate security measures.
  • Apply knowledge of mobile device security models and encryption to assess the robustness of security implementations.
  • Utilize SQLite databases within mobile applications to discover and exploit security vulnerabilities.
  • Draft comprehensive penetration testing reports that clearly communicate findings, implications, and recommendations for stakeholders.