Nullcon - Understanding And Exploiting Android Applications


With over 2.5 billion devices and millions of apps, Android is ruling the market. Developers have additional responsibility to protect the information and integrity of their users. Considering these high numbers, preventive measures should be taken to secure Android applications used by people across the globe.

This course aims to focus on providing the necessary hands-on experience to developers, penetration testers, security consultants, and enthusiasts to secure or test Android Applications. Our course is packed with theory, followed by hands-on labs and multiple CTFs. You will be performing advanced static and dynamic analysis, dynamic instrumentation, hacking APKs at a low level, playing with multiple debuggers, secure code review, securing Android applications, and many other interesting topics. By the end of this training, you will be able to perform security assessments of any android application for potential vulnerabilities.

Aug 13, 2020 12:00 AM — Aug 16, 2020 12:00 AM
Rewanth Tammana
Rewanth Tammana
Senior Security Architect

Rewanth Tammana is a security ninja, open-source contributor, and an independent consultant. Previously, Senior Security Architect at Emirates NBD (National Bank of Dubai). He is passionate about DevSecOps, Cloud, and Container Security. He added 17,000+ lines of code to Nmap (famous as Swiss Army knife of network utilities). Holds industry certifications like CKS (Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist), CKA (Certified Kubernetes Administrator), etc. Rewanth speaks and delivers training at multiple international security conferences around the world including Black Hat, Defcon, Hack In The Box (Dubai and Amsterdam), CRESTCon UK, PHDays, Nullcon, Bsides, CISO Platform, null chapters and multiple others. He was recognized as one of the MVP researchers on Bugcrowd (2018) and identified vulnerabilities in several organizations. He also published an IEEE research paper on an offensive attack in Machine Learning and Security. He was also a part of the renowned Google Summer of Code program.