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Hacking Mobile Devices

Posted by: AD-TEAM on 11-06-2024, 12:59
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Hacking Mobile Devices
Hacking Mobile Devices
Published 5/2024
MP4 | Video: h264, 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 2.33 GB | Duration: 3h 55m


Beginners course of learning how to hack an Android and iOS Device with simple to understand methods

What you'll learn

Effectively use Metasploit to hack Android

Effectively use Phone Sploit to hack Android

Effectively use Seeker to find a mobile location and IP Logger

Effectively learn to scan a network for Mobile Devices and find network vulnerabilities to exploit

Effectively use BeeF XSS to exploit Mobile Browsers

Requirements

No Advanced Knowledge Required

A fast internet connection

Kali Linux

Some Java and Mobile Application Development Knowledge (Not Necessary)

Some HTML Knowledge (Not Necessary)

Description

This course will teach you the basics of hacking Android Devices which is for absolute beginners who are willing to learn hacking using advanced methods which have been simpler for the learner to understand. In this course you'll learn the following:- Social Engineering- Android Device Malware Obfuscation- Exploiting an Android device over a network- Getting IP Address and Location Information of an Android Device- Ethical Standards behind the use of hacking- Networking Scanning and Port Scanning for Android Devices- Using an exploit to effectively exfiltrate and gather information from a target Android Device- Using BeeF XSS and other forms of exploits to gather information from an iOS and Android DeviceThe course will go through advanced understanding of hackers as well and what is dubbed as script-kiddies according to the Certified Ethical Hacker from EC-Council as well, which is different from the norm which may people don't understand about such hackers and a lot more information in comparison to the EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker V. 12 as well including the use of PhoneSploit and other methods taught in the EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker, which will be the main focus within the course.This course strictly performs Ethical Hacking and contains many Offensive Security Methods for Red Teamers and Mobile Penetration Testers. Any unauthorized hacking performed by the knowledge taught in this course is strictly against the law and not recommended. Please follow the ethical standards and use this knowledge in your own devices. All devices used in this course are my own; I won't be responsible for any damage or illegal activity that you perform from the knowledge that is in this course, if you choose to do so, it will be upon your own discretion. This course is intended for educational purposes and a refresher for Penetration Testers who need to refresh their understanding in Mobile Hacking to help patch vulnerabilities and better the security of cyber infrastructure in the world of today.Stay tuned to the course and be sure to complete the assessment to earn your certificate. Assessment will be short, so don't worry about that. Peace.

Overview

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Self-Introduction

Lecture 2 Understanding Terminologies

Lecture 3 Introduction to the course

Section 2: Effectively scan a network for Android Devices and Exploit Vulnerabilities

Lecture 4 Scan for Android Devices over the network

Lecture 5 Scan for open ports on an Android Device

Lecture 6 Exploit a vulnerability

Section 3: IP Logger and Seeker

Lecture 7 Setting up and using an IP Logger

Lecture 8 Setting up and using Seeker

Lecture 9 Setting up and using a Canary Token

Lecture 10 Setting up and using Camera Phisher

Lecture 11 Social Engineering Techniques

Section 4: BeeF XSS Hacking

Lecture 12 Using BeeF XSS (Internally)

Lecture 13 Setting up BeeF XSS for Internet Usage

Section 5: Use MSFVenom to hack into Android

Lecture 14 Setup a msfvenom payload

Lecture 15 Undetectable Payloads

Lecture 16 Apply obfuscation using encoders

Lecture 17 Exploit the Android Device

Lecture 18 Creating a Trojan (Manual Method)

Section 6: Conclusion

Lecture 19 Conclusion

Beginners who want to learn about mobile hacking,This course is strictly Ethical Hacking, Please don't use these techniques for illegal purposes.










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