Android is now the most used mobile operating system in the world—even Microsoft’s Founder Bill Gates has recently revealed that he is currently using an Android device.
Mobile devices have become a powerful productivity tool, and it can now be used to hack and test the security of your networks and computer systems.
This week we introduced a new online course at THN Store, “Learn Hacking/Penetration Testing Using Android From Scratch,” which will help you learn how to use your Android device for hacking and penetration testing, just like any computer.
This online video training course offers 47 lectures, which focuses on the practical side penetration testing using Android without neglecting the theory behind each attack.
This course will help you learn how to turn your Android smartphone into a hacking machine, practically perform various cyber attacks, and at the same time, how you can protect yourself against such attacks.
This course will walk you through basics of pentesting to advanced level using Android platform, including ‘Weaponising’, ‘Information Gathering’, ‘Spying’, and ‘Exploitation’, which eventually help you gain full control over the target device.
You will also learn to practically launch an attack with a full understanding of the vectors that would allow attacks to be successfully executed, which will help you to detect and sometimes prevent this attack from happening.
Practically, by the end of this course, you will also learn how to root your Android device, which hacking apps are required for penetration testing, how to crack Wi-Fi passwords, how to perform man-in-the-middle attacks to spy on internet connections, how to scan connected devices for vulnerabilities, as well as how to take control over Windows/OSX/Linux devices and many more techniques.
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