As Android bug bounty hunters and penetration testers, we need a properly configured environment to work in when testing exploits and looking for vulnerabilities. This could mean a virtual Android operating system or a dedicated network for capturing requests and performing man-in-the-middle attacks.

There are many ways to configure a pentesting lab. Virtual Android environments are made possible by projects like VirtualBox, OSBoxes, and Androidx86. And there are a few benefits to creating a virtual Android OS inside your Kali machine.

Virtual machines (VMs) are very easy to clone and… more

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