A CLI application that automatically prepares Android APK files for HTTPS inspection Inspecting a mobile app's HTTPS traffic using a proxy is probably the easiest way to figure out how it works. However, with the Network Security Configuration introduced in Android 7 and app developers trying to prevent MITM attacks using certificate pinning , getting an app to work with an HTTPS proxy has become quite tedious. apk-mitm automates the entire process. All you have to do is give it an APK file and apk-mitm will: decode the APK file using Apktool modify the app's AndroidManifest.xml to make it debuggable modify the app's Network Security Configuration to allow user-added certificates insert return-void opcodes to disable certificate pinning logic encode the patched APK file using Apktool sign the patched APK file using uber-apk-signer You can also use apk-mitm to patch apps using Android App Bundle and rooting your phone is not required. Usage If you have an up-to-date version of Node.js (8.2+) and Java (8+), you can run this command to patch an app: $ npx apk-mitm <path-to-apk> So, if your APK file is called example.apk , you'd run: $ npx apk-mitm example.apk ✔ Decoding APK file ✔ Modifying app manifest ✔ Modifying network security config ✔ Disabling certificate pinning ✔ Encoding patched APK file ✔ Signing patched APK file Done! Patched APK: ./example-patched.apk You can now install the…
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