Introduction to Mobile Hacking

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Introduction to Mobile Hacking


An extension of the previous Wireless module, the Mobile Hacking module looks at the additional obstacles penetration testers and ethical hackers must face in supporting mobile devices.

The Mobile Hacking module discusses and demonstrates how to hack into mobile devices, which is surprisingly easy.

Every device type from Apple’s iPhone to Samsung’s Galaxy phone have vulnerabilities and they are each discussed thoroughly.  You’ll learn how to easy it is to spoof contacts, phone numbers and other data and manipulate a cell phone processes.

The topics explored in the Mobile Hacking module include:

  • Whiteboard, which shows the interrelationship of all the basic components you must master for this module
  • There are no penetration testing simulation labs for the Mobile Hacking module.
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