Archive for the ‘iPhone’ Category

Invasion of the Mobile Phone Snatchers

Today I delivered the first of a trilogy of webcasts promoting my new course with the SANS Institute “Mobile Device Security and Ethical Hacking” (Security 575). In the presentation we look at the threat of lost or stolen mobile devices, examining how an attacker can use backup tools to extract data from mobile devices, bypass [...]

June 1, 2012   Posted in: Android, Apple, BlackBerry, Hacking, iPhone, Mobile, Penetration Testing, Windows Phone  No Comments

FaceTime Protocol Analysis

My good friend, fellow SANS instructor, sushi lover, colleague and boss, Mike Poor, has started a blog about packets over at www.packetstan.com.  I’ve been working on the site and have posted a 3-part series of articles assessing the Apple FaceTime protocol.  Stop by and take a look. -Josh

July 9, 2010   Posted in: Apple, iPhone, Reverse Engineering, Wireless  No Comments