Mobile App Reverse Engineering: Get started with discovering, analyzing, and exploring the internals of Android and iOS apps
Author: Abhinav Mishra
Publisher Finelybook 出版社：Packt Publishing (May 27, 2022)
pages 页数：166 pages
Delve into the world of mobile application reverse engineering, learn the fundamentals of how mobile apps are created and their internals, and analyze application binaries to find security issues
Learn the skills required to reverse engineer mobile applications
Understand the internals of iOS and Android application binaries
Explore modern reverse engineering tools such as Ghidra, Radare2, Hopper, and more
Mobile App Reverse Engineering is a practical guide focused on helping cybersecurity professionals scale up their mobile security skills. With the IT world’s evolution in mobile operating systems, cybercriminals are increasingly focusing their efforts on mobile devices. This book enables you to keep up Author: discovering security issues through reverse engineering of mobile apps.
This book starts with the basics of reverse engineering and teaches you how to set up an isolated virtual machine environment to perform reverse engineering. You’ll then learn about modern tools such as Ghidra and Radare2 to perform reverse engineering on mobile apps as well as understand how Android and iOS apps are developed. Next, you’ll explore different ways to reverse engineer some sample mobile apps developed for this book. As you advance, you’ll learn how reverse engineering can help in penetration testing of Android and iOS apps with the help of case studies. The concluding chapters will show you how to automate the process of reverse engineering and analyzing binaries to find low-hanging security issues.
Author: the end of this reverse engineering book, you’ll have developed the skills you need to be able to reverse engineer Android and iOS apps and streamline the reverse engineering process with confidence.
What you will learn
Understand how to set up an environment to perform reverse engineering
Discover how Android and iOS application packages are built
Reverse engineer Android applications and understand their internals
Reverse engineer iOS applications built using Objective C and Swift programming
Understand real-world case studies of reverse engineering
Automate reverse engineering to discover low-hanging vulnerabilities
Understand reverse engineering and how its defense techniques are used in mobile applications