Android Frameworks Vulnerability scanner

MARA_framework

Written by Mubassir patel

MARA_Framework

MARA_Framework is a Mobile Application Reverse engineering and Analysis Framework. It is a tool that puts together commonly used mobile application reverse engineering and analysis tools, to assist in testing mobile applications against the OWASP mobile security threats. Its objective is to make this task easier and friendlier to mobile application developers and security professionals.

MARA is developed and maintained by @xtian_kisutsa and @iamckn. It is in its very early stages of development and there is a lot more to come, in line with our roadmap. Any contributions and suggestions to the tool will be highly appreciated.

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Features supported

APK Reverse Engineering

  • Disassembling Dalvik bytecode to smali bytecode via baksmali and apktool
  • Disassembling Dalvik bytecode to java bytecode via enjarify
  • Decompiling APK to Java source code via jadx

APK Deobfuscation

APK Analysis

  • Parsing smali files for analysis via smalisca
  • Dump apk assets,libraries and resources
  • Extracting certificate data via openssl
  • Extract strings and app permissions via aapt
  • Identify methods and classes via ClassyShark
  • Scan for apk vulnerabilities via androbugs
  • Analyze apk for potential malicious behaviour via androwarn
  • Identify compilers, packers and obfuscators via APKiD
  • Extract execution paths, IP addresses, URL, URI, emails via regex

APK Manifest Analysis

  • Extract Intents
  • Extract exported activities
  • Extract receivers
  • Extract exported receivers
  • Extract Services
  • Extract exported services
  • Check if apk is debuggable
  • Check if apk allows backups
  • Check if apk allows sending of secret codes
  • Check if apk can receive binary SMS

Domain Analysis

Security Analysis

Additional information about the framework, prerequisites and the installation guide is available on the [wiki] (https://github.com/xtiankisutsa/MARA_Framework/wiki)

About the author

Mubassir patel

Mubassir is a founder and developer of this site. He is a computer science engineer. He has a very deep interest in ethical hacking, penetration testing, website development and including all technology topic.

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