The security of Android devices has come under quite a lot of scrutiny in recent months, with researchers identifying various root exploits and permission leaks that could be exploited. In this video, researcher Thomas Cannon of ViaForensics demonstrates a method for setting up a remote shell on an Android device without using any exploits or vulnerabilities. The method works on various versions of Android, up to and including Gingerbread.

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  1. Anonymous
    1

    hi,

    i’ve been trying to exploit android for a few months now (penetration testing purpose). but still have no luck on it. im so impressed with this video. the only thing is that there are no details about the tools u use, any detailes on the exploit methods.. 

      so please can u give me some help on this.

    regards

     

  2. Anonymous
    2

    hi,

    i’ve been trying to exploit android for a few months now (penetration testing purpose). but still have no luck on it. im so impressed with this video. the only thing is that there are no details about the tools u use, any detailes on the exploit methods.. 

      so please can u give me some help on this.

    please contact me on seasoninfo2012@gmail.com

    regards

     

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