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Thursday, July 30 • 3:15pm - 4:30pm
Jesse Burns: Exploratory Android Surgery

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It's hard to resist open, Linux-based phones with sophisticated programming environments and a novel security model. Android has application-level isolation, new kernel primitives for communication, and fancy UI features wrapped around its open source heart. This talk will explore Android's fancy new kernel and user mode security mechanisms, how to test them, and how to mess around inside your droid.
Jesse will release and demonstrate new tools for exploring Android devices, including an Intent sniffer, Intent fuzzer, a security policy exploration tool, and a tool for exploring any undocumented or proprietary corners of your device.
In the process, the talk will show hidden features on currently shipping devices, illustrate how Android systems fit together and help the attendee understand what this new security model's capabilities and limitations are. The speaker has worked on the security of dozens of Android applications, and on the operating system itself. He will use this experience to explain some of the most common, new types of security weaknesses facing mobile developers and testers.

Thursday July 30, 2009 3:15pm - 4:30pm
Milano Ballroom 1-2-3-4

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