Android Forensics with Free/Open Source Tools

How many sensitive data are present in our mobile devices? Sensitive data is really safe? Encrypted messages, are really encrypted? How the police investigates our device? My talk wants to answer all the questions above. I will analyze all the methods of acquisition and analysis of a terminal Android with free/open source software. The proposed […]

Who do you think owns your application?

Just like any other software system, Android has its own list of security problems. It is a race between hackers and Android platform developers. Some of the most eligible security professionals are handling the security of Android platform, but what about the application you are going to release to millions of users via Play store? […]

Reverse engineering is not just for hackers!

We spend a lot of time putting apps together, but when was the last time you pulled one apart? How wonderful is it that Android is open-source, so we can simply look at the code when we need to? What if it were just as easy to look at the source code and behaviour of […]

Secure Development with Android

Developing a functional application is the first step, doing it securely is the second and effective one. Do you prevent hackers of going into your source code? How can you prevent Man in the Middle attacks in your application? Do you know how easy is to make code injections in an already existing application? This […]