Unlocking Mobile Security: Enroll in Our Online Android Application Penetration Testing Course with A7 Security Hunters in Rohtak City

Android Armor: Mastering Mobile Penetration Testing


Welcome to the forefront of cybersecurity education! A7 Security Hunters proudly presents our Online Android Mobile Application Penetration Testing Course in the vibrant city of Rohtak.


In today's digital era, mobile applications are the backbone of our connected world. However, with increased connectivity comes heightened security risks. Our comprehensive course is meticulously designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge needed to navigate the complexities of mobile application security, specifically tailored for Android platforms.


Led by industry experts with years of experience in cybersecurity, this online course offers a dynamic learning experience. Through interactive lectures, hands-on labs, and real-world case studies, you'll delve deep into the techniques and methodologies of penetration testing on Android applications.


By the end of this course, you'll be proficient in identifying and exploiting vulnerabilities, ensuring the security and integrity of Android applications in today's ever-evolving threat landscape.


Join us in Rohtak City, where innovation meets education, and embark on a journey to unlock the secrets of mobile security. Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your cybersecurity skills and become a valuable asset in safeguarding the future of mobile technology. Enroll with A7 Security Hunters today!




Course Info
Unleash Your Android Security Skills: Dive into Mobile Penetration Testing

Penetration Testing Process


APK File structure

Exploring Android Apps on the device

Android Application Review. Reverse Engineering and App Analysis

Bypass Certificate Pinning

Static Analysis

Dynamic Analysis


Android Intro and Security Architecture

Android Bug Bounty Hunt

Android Red Teaming

What will I learn?


  • How to follow the Penetration Testing and Mobile Application Penetration Testing Processes


  • How to setup a lab environment to analyze both iOS and Android Mobile applications that are pulled directly from the Apple and Google Play Stores


  • Manual analysis of Mobile Applications for sensitive information such as URLs, Storage Buckets, Firebase Databases, and other Stored Secret


  • Automated analysis of Mobile Applications by using tools like MobSF


  • How to break SSL Pinning by using Objection and Frida for both iOS and Android


  • The OWASP Top Ten for Mobile




Enrollment Information:


Class Mode: Online And Offline

Duration: Flexible scheduling options available.

Location: Conveniently located in Rohtak City.


Unlocking Android App Security: A Guide to Penetration Testing

In today's mobile-centric world, Android applications play a crucial role in our daily lives, facilitating communication, productivity, entertainment, and more. However, with the proliferation of mobile apps comes the inherent risk of security vulnerabilities and breaches. To safeguard sensitive data and protect users' privacy, it's essential for developers and security professionals to conduct thorough penetration testing on Android applications.


Understanding Android App Penetration Testing


Android app penetration testing, also known as ethical hacking, involves systematically probing and assessing the security of Android applications to identify and mitigate vulnerabilities before they can be exploited by malicious actors. By simulating real-world attack scenarios, penetration testers can uncover weaknesses in an app's code, architecture, authentication mechanisms, and data storage practices, enabling developers to address these issues and enhance the app's security posture.


The Penetration Testing Process


The Android app penetration testing process typically involves several key steps:


Reconnaissance: Gathering information about the target app, including its functionality, permissions, APIs, and underlying technologies.


Vulnerability Assessment: Analyzing the app's code and configuration for common security flaws such as insecure data storage, insufficient authentication, input validation vulnerabilities, and insecure communication channels.


Exploitation: Attempting to exploit identified vulnerabilities to gain unauthorized access to sensitive data or manipulate the app's behavior.


Reporting: Documenting findings, including identified vulnerabilities, their potential impact, and recommendations for remediation, in a comprehensive report for stakeholders.


Tools and Techniques


A variety of tools and techniques are available to penetration testers for assessing the security of Android applications:


Static Analysis Tools: These tools examine an app's source code and binaries for potential vulnerabilities without executing the code. Examples include JADX, MobSF, and QARK.


Dynamic Analysis Tools: These tools analyze an app's behavior at runtime, allowing testers to monitor network traffic, intercept API calls, and identify security weaknesses. Examples include Burp Suite, OWASP ZAP, and Frida.


Manual Testing: In addition to automated tools, manual testing by experienced security professionals is essential for uncovering complex vulnerabilities and logic flaws that automated tools may overlook.



Best Practices for Android App Security


To mitigate the risk of security breaches and protect users' data, developers should follow best practices for Android app security, including:


  • Implementing secure coding practices and adhering to industry-standard security guidelines.
  • Encrypting sensitive data both in transit and at rest to prevent unauthorized access.
  • Implementing strong authentication mechanisms, such as multi-factor authentication and OAuth, to verify users' identities.
  • Regularly updating and patching apps to address newly discovered vulnerabilities and security threats.




Android app penetration testing is a critical component of the software development lifecycle, helping organizations identify and mitigate security vulnerabilities before they can be exploited by attackers. By following best practices for Android app security and leveraging tools and techniques for penetration testing, developers can build more secure and resilient Android applications, thereby protecting users' data and ensuring a safer mobile experience for all.

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