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Friday, September 25 • 3:00pm - 3:55pm
Oh Yes, There is no more root detection for your Android App! - Reversing & Patching Binary”

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Android is the leading Operating system. It is used not just in Smartphones / Tablet but also is used as base for interactive Television, gaming console and lot more systems. The obvious resultant is that there is a large focus towards developing applications for this platform and to maintain its security. This is one hour crash course on “By passing root detection” on android based dummy internet banking app, This dummy internet banking application has features such as adding a beneficiary account, fund transfer, view statements, OTP, Pin sign-in, etc. to provide attendees a real world application scenario.

Android APK file architecture and Setting up the emulator.
Reversing the APK file package
Understanding, patching smali code (JAVA – Class – Dex – smali – APK)
Bypass the business logic for the root detection

Who Should Attend
- Security Professionals
- Mobile Application Developers
- People interested to start into Android security
- Web Application Pentesters
- Beginners mobile app malware auditor

What to expect :
- Getting started with Android Security
- Reversing and Auditing of Android applications
- Hands-on on Finding vulnerabilities and patching the binary

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Abhinav Sejpal

Security Researcher, Accenture Digital
Fell in love with the power of software at age 17, and he is still in love. Assists organisations,Stakeholders & Customers in achieving real risk reduction by ensuring that they have the people, technologies, and processes in place to enable business operations while preventing, detecting... Read More →

Friday September 25, 2015 3:00pm - 3:55pm PDT
Room E