In this post I explain step-by-step how I solved the OWASP Mobile Security Testing Guide (MSTG) Crackme Level 1 using Frida (and how I then automated it).
NowSecure Researcher Francesco Tamagni recently made significant improvements to R2Frida’s memory-search capabilities, and he answered some questions about those updates and how they make R2Frida (an integration of the Frida and Radare open-source tools/frameworks) even better.
Security Researcher Sergi Alvarez, better known by his nickname Pancake, has been behind the helm of the open source project Radare for ten years now. In the decade since Radare’s inception, the community surrounding and contributing to the project has grown immensely. Next month, researchers and friends of the project will head to Barcelona for
It’s time for the No cON Hackathon in Barcelona!
With the release of Frida 6.0, it is now possible to instrument iOS apps on non-jailbroken devices.