The eLearnSecurity Mobile Application Penetration Tester (eMAPT) certification is issued to cyber security experts that display advanced mobile application security knowledge through a scenario-based exam.
Here are some ways the eLearnSecurity Mobile Application Penetration Tester certification is different from conventional certifications:
- Ensures that you have a strong understanding of theoretical aspects behind mobile application security.
- Tests a candidate’s ability to identify and exploit vulnerable mobile applications through a 100% practical exam.
- Not only must you try different methodologies to conduct a thorough penetration test, you are also asked to write a complete working exploit.
- Only individuals who provide proof of their findings in addition to writing a working exploit are awarded the eMAPT Certification.
By obtaining the eMAPT, your skills in the following areas will be assessed and certified:
- Information Gathering
- Reverse engineering Android applications
- Exploit Android vulnerabilities
- Applied security principles
- Logic flaws
- Exploit development for Android environments
- Encryption and cryptography
- Identify vulnerable implementations
eMAPT is a certification for individuals with a complex understanding of mobile application vulnerabilities and exploits. Everyone can attempt the certification exam; however, here are the advised skills to possess for a successful outcome:
- Letters of engagement and the basics related to a penetration testing engagement
- Android applications architecture, security mechanisms and components
- Vulnerability assessments of mobile applications
- Performing Android application reverse engineering and algorithm analysis
- Encryption/decryption algorithms
- Performing manual exploitation
eLearnSecurity’s eMAPT is the only certification for mobile security experts that evaluates your practical abilities through a real world engagement.
eLearnSecurity’s eMAPT is a hands-on challenge. Students will receive a real-world scenario of two Android applications to analyze and pentest. The final deliverable is a working and reproducible proof of concept that is reviewed by INE’s course instructors.
1. Subscribe to INE’s Cyber Security Pass and enroll in the Mobile Application Penetration Tester Professional learning path.
The Mobile Application Penetration Testing Professional path prepares you for the eMAPT exam with a blend of theoretical courses and a number of hands-on practical challenges similar to the final exam.