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Mobile Penetration Testing

Mobile Penetration testing focuses on in-depth skill required for Computer forensics Experts, Ethical hackers, Cyber Security Analysts, Penetrations Testers and Various Information Security Experts to deeply analyze and extract the data from various Operating Systems in forensic Phase.This course can be done by both working professionals and Colleges Students who wants to make there career in the field of Computer hacking and Cyber Crime Investigations.

Ethical Hacking and CCNA

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Module 01 : Improper Platform Usage + -

This category covers misuse of a platform feature or failure to use platform security controls. It might include Android intents, platform permissions, misuse of TouchID, the Keychain, or some other security control that is part of the mobile operating system. There are several ways that mobile apps can experience this risk.

Module 02 : insecure Data Storage + -

This new category is a combination of Module 2 + Module 4 from Mobile Top Ten 2014. This covers insecure data storage and unintended data leakage.

Module 03 : insecure communication + -

This covers poor handshaking, incorrect SSL versions, weak negotiation, cleartext communication of sensitive assets, etc.

Module 04 : insecure Authentication + -

This covers poor handshaking, incorrect SSL versions, weak negotiation, cleartext communication of sensitive assets, etc.

Module 05 : insufficient cryptography + -

The code applies cryptography to a sensitive information asset. However, the cryptography is insufficient in some way. Note that anything and everything related to TLS or SSL goes in M3. Also, if the app fails to use cryptography at all when it should, that probably belongs in M2. This category is for issues where cryptography was attempted, but it wasn't done correctly.

Module 06 : insecure authorization + -

This is a category to capture any failures in authorization (e.g., authorization decisions in the client side, forced browsing, etc.). It is distinct from authentication issues (e.g., device enrolment, user identification, etc.). If the app does not authenticate users at all in a situation where it should (e.g., granting anonymous access to some resource or service when authenticated and authorized access is required), then that is an authentication failure not an authorization failure.

Module 07 : Client code Quality + -

This was the "Security Decisions Via Untrusted Inputs", one of our lesser-used categories. This would be the catch-all for code-level implementation problems in the mobile client. That's distinct from server-side coding mistakes. This would capture things like buffer overflows, format string vulnerabilities, and various other code-level mistakes where the solution is to rewrite some code that's running on the mobile device.

Module 08 : code tempering + -

This category covers binary patching, local resource modification, method hooking, method swizzling, and dynamic memory modification. Once the application is delivered to the mobile device, the code and data resources are resident there. An attacker can either directly modify the code, change the contents of memory dynamically, change or replace the system APIs that the application uses, or modify the application's data and resources. This can provide the attacker a direct method of subverting the intended use of the software for personal or monetary gain.

Module 09 : reverse engineering + -

This category includes analysis of the final core binary to determine its source code, libraries, algorithms, and other assets. Software such as IDA Pro, Hopper, otool, and other binary inspection tools give the attacker insight into the inner workings of the application. This may be used to exploit other nascent vulnerabilities in the application, as well as revealing information about back end servers, cryptographic constants and ciphers, and intellectual property.

Module 10 : extraneous functionality + -

Often, developers include hidden backdoor functionality or other internal development security controls that are not intended to be released into a production environment. For example, a developer may accidentally include a password as a comment in a hybrid app. Another example includes disabling of 2-factor authentication during testing.


→  Benefits of Achieving This Certification     click here + -

 ALL Virtual Machines and Virtual Environment for Students who attend trainings.
 DVD with tools , Videos , Practice Tests , Virtual Labs.
 Audio and Video Tutorials which will help in doing practical sessions at your study desk also.
 Written Test Voucher Code.
 Online Test Voucher Code.

  Official Training by certified instructors.
  Head-2-Head training by Certified Subject matter experts.
  Highly interactive lectures, group exercises, and review sessions.
  Intensive Hands-on Training.
  2 years membership of bytecode international training group.
  Chance to become country representative for bytecode.
  Certification Exam Fees Included.
  Individual study environment.
  Training Environment.
  Practical live hacking
  Concept based training
  24/7 High speed internet connectivity
  Limited candidates in class
  Stay, food( breakfast, lunch and dinner)
  Post training support after training & certification.

Course Details   Mobile Penetration Testing Certification Exam
Training Mode   Offensive/Defensive
Course Duration   60-80 Hours (Instructor-Led Training) 2 Hours / 8 Hours / 4 Hours Per Day
Exam Code   DIS10.2
Exam Duration   4 Hours (Written)
Exam Duration   8 Hours (Lab Challenge)
Exam Fee   600 USD (Written + Lab Challenge)
Credits   25 Credits (Towards DIS10:Diploma in Information Security)

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Mohit Yadav

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Vikas Dubey

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SHUBHAM CHOUDHARY

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Vikas Sharma
Ethical Hacking & Ciountermeasure

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Priyanka Dubey
Web Application Vulnerability

The instructor had great experience that he can share with the class and was very helpful in explaining concepts & making sure we know what is being said. I really got a lot out of the lab work, I was surprised the labs were so involved and I really learned much from them.

Yashi Sain
Ethical Hacking & Countermeasure

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Penetration Testing & Security Analyst