SANS Penetration Testing: Monthly Archives: Jun 2015

Modifying Android Apps: A SEC575 Hands-on Exercise, Part 1

By Joshua Wright Introduction As a security professional, I'm called on to evaluate the security of Android applications on a regular basis. This evaluation process usually takes on one of two forms: Evaluate app security from an end-user perspective Evaluate app security from a publisher perspective While there is a lot of overlap between the … Continue reading Modifying Android Apps: A SEC575 Hands-on Exercise, Part 1


Traffic Lights and Modbus/TCP - A SEC562 CyberCity Hacking Adventure

By Joshua Wright When the Counter Hack team started building the SEC562: CyberCity Hands-on Kinetic Cyber Range class, I knew I wanted to develop a mission that involved the Industrial Control protocol Modbus/TCP and traffic lights. Because CyberCity is 1:87 scale, I needed to build my own traffic light controller using Modbus/TCP with model-sized traffic … Continue reading Traffic Lights and Modbus/TCP - A SEC562 CyberCity Hacking Adventure