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Trueseeing is an automatic vulnerability scanner for Android apps. It is capable of not only directly conducting data flow analysis over Dalvik bytecode but also automatically fixing the code, i.e. without any decompilers. This capability makes it resillent against basic obfuscations and distinguishes it among similar tools -- including the QARK, the scanner/explotation tool shown by Linkedin in DEF CON 23. Currently it recognizes the most class of vulnerabilities (as in OWASP Mobile Top 10 (2015).) We have presented it in DEF CON 25 Demo Labs. Our tool is at: https://github.com/monolithworks/trueseeing.
TAKAHIRO YOSHIMURA: He is Chief Technology Officer at Monolith Works Inc. In 2012 METI-coodinated CTF, Challenge CTF Japan 2012, his team (Enemy10) had won local qualification round at the 1st prize. In 2013, his team (Sutegoma2) took the 6th prize in DEFCON 21 CTF. He like to read binaries and hack things. He loves a GSD.
KEN-YA YOSHIMURA: Working as Chief Executive Officer at Monolith Works Inc, he is supervising an R&D lab specializing in emerging technologies. His hacker life starts when he was 8 years old; he likes to hack MSXs, NEC PC-9800s, Sharp X68000s, Windows, Macs, iPhones, iOS/Android apps, and circumvent copyright protection (for fun,) etc. He adores a GSD.