Instructors: Iddo Eldor and Jacob Bech
Dates:  June 24 to 27 2024
Capacity: 25

Few publicly-known hacks have inspired the imagination of security researchers as much as exploits against IM (instant messaging) applications. 0-click attacks aimed against applications such as WhatsApp, iMessage, and Telegram have raised unprecedented interest and have often caused political turmoil. Yet, in sharp contrast with the curiosity that IM exploitation generates, public information about this surface remains scant. This training is our bid to bridge the gap.

This course will provide students with the knowledge and hands-on experience in reverse engineering, vulnerability research, and exploitation of real-world IM applications. The target audience is advanced security professionals.



Day 1: Introduction, planning and preparation

Day 2: Discovery

Day 3: Verification

Day 4: Exploitation


Hardware Requirements

Software Requirements


Iddo Eldor is a vulnerability researcher and reverse engineer with over a decade of experience working for top offensive cyber companies focusing on mobile.

Iddo regularly provides training courses on Mobile Vulnerability Research, Exploitation and Fuzzing to a variety of private clients as well as free courses for youth in the periphery.

He solves most of his problems using Frida and waste most of his time coming up with creative names for discovered vulnerabilities.

Jacob Bech is a vulnerability researcher specializing in static analysis and theoretical methods like symbolic execution and program analysis. With years of dedication in the field, Jacob has served as a key asset in various research organizations, currently working with an international research group. An enthusiast of fuzzing techniques and a competitive spirit in Capture The Flag competitions.

In addition to professional responsibilities, Jacob is passionate about education and has taught multiple university-level courses covering the intricate facets of cybersecurity and ethical hacking.

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