This post ist about a talk I held with Thomas Wimmer at the FH Linux User Group in March.

We presented the dynamic instrumentation toolkit Frida. The talk consisted of:

  • Some basic info about Frida
  • A follow-along live coding session on Linux (that also ‘kind-of’ worked on Windows)
  • A short explanation of how Frida works internally
  • A demo that showed inspecting network requests by a popular smart bulb App

If this interests you check out the slides for the talk. You can also follow along with the live coding example. It is in my post from March. I have also recently updated that post with the scripts Thomas made for the Android network inspection demo.

We are also thinking of publishing a screencast version with some of this material if there is some interest in that.