The Android Hacker’s Handbook is about how the android devices can be hacked. Authors chose to write this book because the field of mobile security research is so “sparsely charted” with disparate and conflicted information (in the form of resources and techniques). There have been some fantastic papers and published resources that feature Android, but much of what has been written is either very narrow (focusing on a specific facet of Android security) or mentions Android only as an ancillary detail of a security issue regarding a specific mobile technology or embedded device. Further, public vulnerability information surrounding Android is scarce. Despite the fact that 1,000 or more publicly disclosed vulnerabilities affect Android devices, multiple popular sources of vulnerability information report fewer than 100. The team believes that the path to improving Android’s security posture starts by understanding the technologies, concepts, tools, techniques, and issues in this book. So, here’s the complete book for free download. You can download android hacker’s handbook pdf freely from the link given below.

Authors: Joshua J. Drake, Pau Oliva Fora, Zach Lanier,Collin Mulliner, Ridley, Georg Wicherski


Chapter 1 Looking at the Ecosystem
Chapter 2 Android Security Design and Architecture
Chapter 3 Rooting Your Device
Chapter 4 Reviewing Application Security
Chapter 5 Understanding Android’s Attack Surface
Chapter 6 Finding Vulnerabilities with Fuzz Testing
Chapter 7 Debugging and Analyzing Vulnerabilities
Chapter 8 Exploiting User Space Software
Chapter 9 Return Oriented Programming
Chapter 10 Hacking and Attacking the Kernel
Chapter 11 Attacking the Radio Interface Layer
Chapter 12 Exploit Mitigations
Chapter 13 Hardware Attacks

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