Let's get cracking!

Let's get cracking!

Ethics aside, many of us gets drawn into reverse-engineering by the motivation of tailoring closed source software to work in a manner that suits us. In previous talks we have focused on static analysis and static modding but sometimes there is a quicker and easier route - instrumentation and runtime-patching. One of our favourite open source tools for this is Frida.

In this talk we will show you how to use Frida to trace down and patch functionality in closed-source apps. The main target platform of our demos will be Android but Frida supports iOS and other platforms as well.


Magnus is a fullstack dev as well as a full-on security and privacy-geek. Officially Magnus have never ever cracked any software or device in his life, yet somehow he knows how to...
Marcus Wengelin is a security professional at ACNR Cyber Technology. He is an avid reverse engineer and computer security enthusiast with more than 10 years of reverse engineering experience. He is also a regular member of the CTF-top team HackingForSoju.



17.30-18.00 Pre-event mingle, drinks and snacks
18.00-19.00 Presentation
19.00-20.00 Post-event mingle

Code of Conduct

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When and where

When: Tuesday Nov 29th, 2022, 17.30 (talk starts at 18.00)

Where: Biblioteksgatan 29, Stockholm. Follow the 0xFF-signs. OpenStreetMap


The event is free of charge but a ticket is required. An electronic ticket will be mailed to you after successful registration and needs to be scanned at the venue.

Registration is closed