Time
1 hour 12 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
1

Video Transcription

00:00
All right, folks. Time for another quiz.
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This one's gonna be on the last section. You just watched the vice sec versus APP set.
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We're gonna do three questions. That will be a three second pause, and I'll give you the answer, see if he can answer it. And, you know, if you paid attention to the content you should be able to do it
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are a question one
00:22
when getting a testing device, what is one thing to avoid?
00:26
One
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to
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three,
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So the interim was looking for is avoiding emulators. A lot of people tend to
00:35
prescribe the use of an emulator as being the same as testing on a physical device. But we find it That's not always true.
00:42
I mentioned a little bit about their always these little differences. There's little things that don't always work right. And a lot of it comes down to native classes and certain types of libraries. But not only that, you really want a test on a real device, cause
00:56
it does just kind of create a riel world testing environment.
01:02
Our next question ah, malicious app is an example of
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Dr at that. What,
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one
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to
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three.
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So we talked a little bit about all these concepts of, you know, things you control, things that you have no control over as a developer and the users who are using your APS but like a malicious app is an example of an Apple user might have installed on their device. And there's a bunch of different types of malicious saps their zaps that seem
01:34
not malicious to the user
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and our loved on the APP store, but may be violating your APS privacy Arabia Collecting data about your app and you have to be aware of that. That's something that could potentially cause issues for your mobile app.
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The final question.
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Why is upset in device sec? Different
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one
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to
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three.
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It really does come down to these three concepts of that. There's different goals and different skills. And really all these different variables and those different variables were a bunch of things theatrics on the device. The user who's using it, the you know, the environment that devices in
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but really device security and AB security just have different goals and
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just require different types of testing. So be aware of that, and that's really an important concept to remember when you're getting into mobile app Sec. Don't get bogged down with device security issues When really you want to focus on AB security issues.
02:38
Thanks for your time. Thanks for hanging out with the quiz and I'll see in the next video.

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Mobile App Security

In this course, you’ll learn how to crawl, walk, then run in mobile app security testing, with an end goal of having all the tools and knowledge necessary to become a mobile appsec expert.

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Tony Ramirez
Senior Application Security Analyst
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