Mobile Penetration Testing Course Overview

Mobile Penetration Testing Course Overview

The Mobile Penetration Testing course is an extensive program designed to educate learners on securing mobile applications and platforms. The course starts with a Mobile Security Introduction, laying down the foundations of mobile security threats and risk management. As learners progress through the course, they will delve into the Android and iOS architecture, uncovering the nuances of both operating systems.

The curriculum covers critical topics such as Android Permissions and how they can be exploited, as well as practical skills in Lab Setup and utilizing tools like Genymotion for emulation. Participants will gain hands-on experience in analyzing application components, investigating Android Malware Analysis, and conducting Traffic Analysis to intercept sensitive data.

Advanced modules teach learners about SSL Pinning bypass, Drozer scripting for security assessments, and uncovering vulnerabilities like Backup Based Vulnerability and Webview Based Vulnerability. The course also includes reverse engineering techniques for both Android and iOS, and sophisticated attack vectors such as Cloud Hacking with a focus on Firebase Security.

By the end of the course, participants will be equipped with the skills to perform comprehensive penetration tests on mobile devices, identify and exploit vulnerabilities, and ensure robust security measures are in place, making them valuable assets in the field of mobile security.

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Course Prerequisites

Certainly! Below are the minimum required prerequisites for students who wish to successfully undertake training in the Mobile Penetration Testing course:


  • Basic understanding of networking concepts such as TCP/IP, and the OSI model.
  • Familiarity with Linux operating system fundamentals, including command-line usage and file system navigation.
  • Knowledge of programming concepts and experience with at least one programming language (e.g., Python, Java, or similar).
  • An understanding of information security principles and the importance of cybersecurity.
  • Willingness to learn and adapt to new tools and techniques used in mobile security and penetration testing.
  • A problem-solving mindset and analytical thinking skills.

Please note that while previous experience in penetration testing or security analysis is beneficial, it is not mandatory. The course is designed to guide students through the foundational concepts and into advanced topics, enabling them to build their expertise as they progress through the modules.


Target Audience for Mobile Penetration Testing

  1. The Mobile Penetration Testing course equips individuals with skills to identify and exploit security vulnerabilities in mobile applications and devices.


  2. Target Audience for the Mobile Penetration Testing Course:


  • IT Security Professionals
  • Mobile Application Developers
  • Ethical Hackers
  • Penetration Testers
  • Security Analysts
  • Vulnerability Assessors
  • Network Security Engineers
  • Cybersecurity Consultants
  • Security Auditors
  • IT Professionals interested in mobile security
  • Information Security Students and Enthusiasts
  • Forensic and Malware Analysts
  • Systems Administrators interested in security
  • Mobile Device Management (MDM) Specialists
  • Security Architects


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

Introduction to the Course's Learning Outcomes

This Mobile Penetration Testing course equips students with the knowledge and skills to identify and exploit vulnerabilities in mobile applications and devices, with a focus on Android and iOS platforms.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Understand the core security principles of mobile operating systems, specifically Android and iOS architectures.
  • Set up a mobile security testing lab environment using tools like Genymotion for emulating devices.
  • Analyze and understand Android application components and the permissions model to assess potential security risks.
  • Utilize the Android Debug Bridge (ADB) for debugging and interacting with Android devices.
  • Conduct thorough Android malware analysis and learn techniques for traffic analysis to intercept and analyze network communications.
  • Examine SSL pinning implementations and methods to bypass them for security testing purposes.
  • Identify and exploit vulnerabilities related to leaking content providers and insecure data storage.
  • Develop proficiency in using Drozer for automated security assessments and scripting for advanced vulnerability exploitation.
  • Explore various hooking techniques using tools like Andbug, JDB, Introspy, Cydia Substrate, and Xposed to manipulate application runtime.
  • Perform reverse engineering on Android and iOS applications to uncover hidden functionalities and security weaknesses.
  • Investigate cloud-based mobile application backends, such as Firebase, for potential security issues.
  • Prepare for real-world engagements with hands-on experience in network attacks on mobile devices and Capture The Flag (CTF) challenges focusing on mobile app hacking.