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Saturday, April 22 • 12:30pm - 5:30pm
Android App Hacking - Hacking for Good

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Welcome to the world of Android Hacking! This is a hands-on workshop designed to introduce you to the knowledge, tools and techniques for identifying, analyzing and exploiting vulnerabilities in Android applications.
The workshop will start by covering the basic concepts of Android applications, walk you through industry standard tools and techniques and then let you experiment on your own with our Android reverse engineering CTF! Come and hack with us! The workshop does not require any prior knowledge in Android or reverse engineering.

Laptop with 20+ GB free hard disk space 4+ GB RAM
Mac. Windows 7/8 , Ubuntu 12.x + (64 bit Operating System),
Administrative access on your laptop


Maria Uretsky

Maria Uretsky is the Tech Lead on the Android Vulnerability Rewards program at Google. Her passion is to break all the things before the bad actors do, to ensure they are kept out. During her 10+ years of software engineering and security work, she has been part of Google Cloud Security... Read More →

Kavia Venkatesh

Kavia Venkatesh is a Technical Program Manager on the Android Security Team at Google where she leads the execution of the Android Security Release Program aka Android Security Bulletin. Over the last 7+ years has led numerous security initiative of varied shapes and sizes and sizes... Read More →

Sajjad Arshad

JJ is a Senior Security SWE at Google's Android Security & Privacy team where he is developing tools to fight abuse in Android with focus on JavaScript-based frameworks. He has also designed CTF challenges and helped organize GoogleCTF in the past 3 years. Before Google, he was a... Read More →

Olivier Tuchon

Olivier Tuchon is a Security Engineer on the Android Vulnerability Research team. Olivier has been working at Google for almost 5 years, he started by chasing malware/PHA in the Play Store and into the wild (OffMarket) with a speciality in Stalkerware. Now, Olivier looks for vulnerabilities... Read More →

Saturday April 22, 2023 12:30pm - 5:30pm PDT
AMC Workshops (Theatre 10)
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