Thursday 5 October 11:00 - 11:30, Green room
Axelle Apvrille (Fortinet)
In the Android security field, anti-virus analysts and security researchers have probably all used some of the well-known tools such as apktool, smali, baksmali, dex2jar, and perhaps androguard. These tools are indeed must-haves for Android malware analysis. However, there are other interesting tools, which are seldom covered in conferences, and that's what this talk is about.
We will cover advanced tips and tricks for Android malware analysts and how to cope with specific situations such as those described below:
Axelle Apvrille is a happy senior researcher at Fortinet, where she hunts down any strange virus on so-called 'smart' devices (smart phones, smart watches or other objects).
Known in the community by her more or less mysterious handle "Crypto Girl", she turns red each time someone mentions using MD5 (or CRC...) for hashing.
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