Look at how iOS applications are stored on the file system.
- [Instructor] An iOS application…interacts only with the directories inside its sandbox.…During installation, iOS generates a UUID…and creates a number of container directories…for the application inside the sandbox directory.…Each container directory has a specific role.…The Bundle Container holds what's known…as the application bundle,…and the Data Container holds runtime data…for both the application and the user.…The Data Container is further divided…into a number of sub-folders that the application can use…to sort and organize its data.…
The application bundle is a directory…called the application name with .app appended.…For example, Batman.app.…This directory contains the application and its resources.…For security purposes, this directory…has signed its installation time,…and any changes to the directory…will prevent the application launching.…The Data Container is a collection of data folders…used by the application, including three standard folders.…The Documents folder is used for user generated content,…
These methods recognized by EC Council as integral part of those looking to earn their Certified Ethical Hacker certification. The complete CEH BOK can be found at https://www.eccouncil.org/Certification/certified-ethical-hacker/CEH-What-You-Will-Learn.
- Statistic and dynamic analysis of mobile applications
- Testing on Android
- Analyzing Android applications
- Securing iOS applications
- Jailbreaking iOS for command-line access
- Analyzing iOS apps
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Mobile Technology
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