Beginning with an introduction to Android OS design and application programming, then it is going to help readers get up to speed on the principles of the Android platform along with its own safety problems.
Explaining the Android safety model and structure, the publication clarifies Android permissions, such as Manifest permissions, to assist readers to examine applications and comprehend approval requirements. It covers JEB Decompiler and rates the Android permissions based safety consequences.
The authors explain how to compose Android bots in JAVA and the way to use linking tools to decompile any Android program. They also pay for the Android file program, such as import files and directories, so readers may execute basic forensic investigation on document system and SD cards. The publication includes access to plenty of resources on its own site: www.androidinsecurity.com. It explains how to decode SecureApp.apk discussed in the text and makes the program available on its website.
The book includes coverage of complex topics like reverse engineering and forensics, cellular device pen-testing methodology, malware investigation, secure coding, and hardening instructions for Android. Additionally, it describes how to analyze safety consequences for Android cellular devices/applications and integrate them into venture SDLC processes.