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  1. README.rst ========================================= Static Code Analysis for Smali ========================================= If you ever have looked at Android applications you know to appreciate the ability of analyzing your target at the most advanced level. Dynamic programm analysis will give you a pretty good overview of your applications activities and general behaviour. However sometimes you'll want to just analyze your application **without** running it. You'll want to have a look at its components, analyze how they interact and how data is tainted from one point to another. This is was the major factor driving the development of *smalisca*. There are indeed some good reasons for a *static code analysis* before the *dynamic* one. Before interacting with the application I like to know how the application has been build, if there is any API and generate all sort of *call flow graphs*. In fact graphs have been very important to me since they *visualize* things. Instead of jumping from file to file, from class to class, I just look at the graphs. While graph building has been an important reason for me to code such a tool, *smalisca* has some other neat **features** you should read about. Features ======== At the moment there are some few major functionalities like: * **parsing** You can parse a whole directory of **Smali** files and **extract**: * class information * class properties * class methods * calls between methods of different classes You can then **export** the results as **JSON** or **SQLite**. Have a loot at the `parsing page <http://smalisca.readthedocs.org/en/latest/parsing.html>`_ for more information. * **analyzing** After exporting the results you'll get an **interactive prompt** to take a closer look at your parsed data. You can **search** for classes, properties, methods and even method calls. You can then apply several **filters** to your search criterias like:: smalisca> sc -c class_name -p test -r 10 -x path -s class_type This command will search for *10* (-r 10) classes which contain the pattern *test* (-p) in their *class name* (-c). Afterwards the command will exclude the column *path* (-x path) from the results and sort them by the *class type* (-s). Let's have a look at another example:: smalisca> scl -fc com/android -fm init -r 10 This will search for all **method calls** whose *calling* class name contains the pattern *com/android* (-fc). Additionally we can look for calls originating from methods whose name contain the pattern *init* (-fm). You can of course read your commands from a file and analyze your results in a *batch*- like manner:: $ cat cmd.txt sc -c class_name -p com/gmail/xlibs -r 10 -x path quit $ ./smalisca.py analyzer -i results.sqlite -f sqlite -c cmd.txt ... Have a loot at the `analysis page <http://smalisca.readthedocs.org/en/latest/analysis.html>`_ for more information. * **visualizing** I think this the **most** valuable feature of *smalisca*. The ability to visualize your results in a structured way makes your life more comfortable. Depending on what you're interested in, this tool has several graph drawing features I'd like to promote. At first you can draw your packages including their classes, properties and methods:: smalisca> dc -c class_name -p test -f dot -o /tmp/classes.dot :: INFO Wrote results to /tmp/classes.dot smalisca> This will first search classes whose class name contains *test* and then export the results in the **Graphviz DOT** language. You can then manually generate a graph using *dot*, *neato*, *circo* etc. Or you do that using the interactive prompt:: smalisca> dc -c class_name -p test -f pdf -o /tmp/classes.pdf --prog neato :: INFO Wrote results to /tmp/classes.pdf smalisca> Have a loot at the `drawing page <http://smalisca.readthedocs.org/en/latest/drawing.html>`_ for more information. Screenshots =========== .. figure:: http://smalisca.readthedocs.org/en/latest/_images/smalisca_search_classes.png :scale: 99% :alt: Basic usage Output results as table. .. figure:: http://smalisca.readthedocs.org/en/latest/_images/smalisca_dxcl_dot_0.png :scale: 99% :alt: Cross calls Basic relationships between classes and modules. Have a look at the `screenshots page <http://smalisca.readthedocs.org/en/latest/screenshots.html>`_. Installation ============ Refer to the `installation page <http://smalisca.readthedocs.org/en/latest/installation.html>`_. Requirements: * Python (2.x / 3.x) * `cement <http://builtoncement.com/>`_ * Graphviz * SQLAlchemy How to use it ============= After installing the tool, you may want to first pick up an Android application (APK) to play with. Use `apktool <https://code.google.com/p/android-apktool/>`_ or my own tool `ADUS <https://github.com/dorneanu/adus>`_ to dump the APKs content. For the sake of simplicity I'll be using **FakeBanker** which I've analyzed in a previous `blog post <http://blog.dornea.nu/2014/07/07/disect-android-apks-like-a-pro-static-code-analysis/>`_. First touch ----------- But first let's have a look at the tools main options:: $ smalisca --help ___ /\_ \ __ ____ ___ ___ __ \//\ \ /\_\ ____ ___ __ /',__\ /' __` __`\ /'__`\ \ \ \ \/\ \ /',__\ /'___\ /'__`\ /\__, `\/\ \/\ \/\ \/\ \L\.\_ \_\ \_\ \ \/\__, `\/\ \__//\ \L\.\_ \/\____/\ \_\ \_\ \_\ \__/.\_\/\____\\ \_\/\____/\ \____\ \__/.\_\ \/___/ \/_/\/_/\/_/\/__/\/_/\/____/ \/_/\/___/ \/____/\/__/\/_/ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- :: Author: Victor <Cyneox> Dorneanu :: Desc: Static Code Analysis tool for Smali files :: URL: http://nullsecurity.net, http://{blog,www}.dornea.nu :: Version: 1.0 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- usage: smalisca.py (sub-commands ...) [options ...] {arguments ...} [--] Static Code Analysis (SCA) tool for Baskmali (Smali) files. commands: analyzer [--] Analyze results using an interactive prompt or on the command line. parser [--] Parse files and extract data based on Smali syntax. optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit --debug toggle debug output --quiet suppress all output --log-level {debug,info,warn,error,critical} Change logging level (Default: info) -v, --version show program's version number and exit Parsing ------- I'll first **parse** some directory for **Smali** files before doing the analysis stuff:: $ smalisca parser -l ~/tmp/FakeBanker2/dumped/smali -s java -f sqlite -o fakebanker.sqlite ... :: INFO Parsing .java files in /home/victor/tmp/FakeBanker2/dumped/smali ... :: INFO Finished parsing! :: INFO Exporting results to SQLite :: INFO Extract classes ... :: INFO Extract class properties ... :: INFO Extract class methods ... :: INFO Extract calls ... :: INFO Commit changes to SQLite DB :: INFO Wrote results to fakebanker.sqlite :: INFO Finished scanning Also have a look at the `parsing page <http://smalisca.readthedocs.org/en/latest/parsing.html>`_ for further information. Analyzing ---------- Now you're free to do whatever you want with your generated exports. You can inspect the **SQLite DB** directly or use *smaliscas* **analysis** features:: $ smalisca analyzer -f sqlite -i fakebanker.sqlite ... smalisca>sc -x path -r 10 +----+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+--------------------+--------------------------+-------+ | id | class_name | class_type | class_package | depth | +----+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+--------------------+--------------------------+-------+ | 1 | Landroid/support/v4/net/ConnectivityManagerCompat | public | Landroid.support.v4.net | 5 | | 2 | Landroid/support/v4/view/AccessibilityDelegateCompat$AccessibilityDelegateJellyBeanImpl | | Landroid.support.v4.view | 5 | | 3 | Landroid/support/v4/view/ViewCompat$ViewCompatImpl | interface abstract | Landroid.support.v4.view | 5 | | 4 | Landroid/support/v4/app/ActivityCompatHoneycomb | | Landroid.support.v4.app | 5 | | 5 | Landroid/support/v4/app/NoSaveStateFrameLayout | | Landroid.support.v4.app | 5 | | 6 | Landroid/support/v4/net/ConnectivityManagerCompatHoneycombMR2 | | Landroid.support.v4.net | 5 | | 7 | Lcom/gmail/xpack/BuildConfig | public final | Lcom.gmail.xpack | 4 | | 8 | Landroid/support/v4/app/BackStackRecord$Op | final | Landroid.support.v4.app | 5 | | 9 | Landroid/support/v4/app/FragmentManagerImpl | final | Landroid.support.v4.app | 5 | | 10 | Landroid/support/v4/app/ShareCompat$ShareCompatImpl | interface abstract | Landroid.support.v4.app | 5 | +----+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+--------------------+--------------------------+-------+ Also refer to the `analysis page <http://smalisca.readthedocs.org/en/latest/analysis.html>`_ for more available **commands** and options. Drawing ------- Please refer to the `drawing page <http://smalisca.readthedocs.org/en/latest/drawing.html>`_ for full examples. License ======== *smalisca* has been released under the **MIT** license. Have a look at the **LICENSE.rst** file. Credits ======= This tool is dedicated to **Lic?**. Many thanks also go to: * `Stephen McAllister <https://de.linkedin.com/pub/stephen-mcallister/13/843/71a>`_ * Many thanks for all those hours full of APK debugging and great ideas * My gf * Thank you very much for your patience and understanding! * `nullsecurity.net <http://nullsecurity.net>`_ * Hack the planet! Download: smalisca-0.1.tar.gz Description: Static Code Analysis tool for Smali files. MD5: 943930dbd144c52635f3d5b874482d3a Author: Cyneox
  2. When it comes to search on mobile devices, users should get the most relevant and timely results, no matter if the information lives on mobile-friendly web pages or apps. As more people use mobile devices to access the internet, our algorithms have to adapt to these usage patterns. In the past, we’ve made updates to ensure a site is configured properly and viewable on modern devices. We’ve made it easier for users to find mobile-friendly web pages and we’ve introduced App Indexing to surface useful content from apps. Today, we’re announcing two important changes to help users discover more mobile-friendly content: 1. More mobile-friendly websites in search results Starting April 21, we will be expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This change will affect mobile searches in all languages worldwide and will have a significant impact in our search results. Consequently, users will find it easier to get relevant, high quality search results that are optimized for their devices. To get help with making a mobile-friendly site, check out our guide to mobile-friendly sites. If you’re a webmaster, you can get ready for this change by using the following tools to see how Googlebot views your pages: If you want to test a few pages, you can use the Mobile-Friendly Test. If you have a site, you can use your Webmaster Tools account to get a full list of mobile usability issues across your site using the Mobile Usability Report. 2. More relevant app content in search results Starting today, we will begin to use information from indexed apps as a factor in ranking for signed-in users who have the app installed. As a result, we may now surface content from indexed apps more prominently in search. To find out how to implement App Indexing, which allows us to surface this information in search results, have a look at our step-by-step guide on the developer site. source: Google Webmaster
  3. Cuckoo Sandbox is a malware analysis system. It simply means that you can throw any suspicious file at it and in a matter of seconds Cuckoo will provide you back some detailed results outlining what such file did when executed inside an isolated environment. Download: Automated Malware Analysis - Cuckoo Sandbox
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