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Access control in Android

You have learned many ways to protect data. You can now expand your security efforts by controlling access to the device and the app.

    Syllabus

  • Activity: Role-based access control Video — 00:14:39
    • In this activity, we implement role-based access control in our app.

  • Authorization, Part 2 Video — 00:05:40
    • Continuing our lesson on authorization, we examine Android dangerous permissions and how to grant them at runtime.

  • Two-factor authentication Video — 00:12:05
    • In this lesson, we learn about two-factor authentication, one-time passcodes and Google Authenticator.

  • Biometrics Video — 00:09:30
    • In this lesson, we learn about biometrics and how to implement biometric authentication in our app.

  • Activity: Signing in with Google and Facebook Video — 00:07:48
    • In this activity, we implement Google and Facebook sign-in into our app.

  • Activity: Implementing a password checker, Part 2 Video — 00:15:03
    • We continue with our password checker activity.

  • Session management, Part 2 Video — 00:04:10
    • In this lesson, we learn how to manage network client/server sessions.

  • Authentication, Part 2 Video — 00:11:03
    • We continue our discussion of Android authentication types and best practices.

  • Insecure direct object reference Video — 00:05:37
    • In this lesson, we learn about the risks of IDOR.

  • Activity: Implementing runtime permissions Video — 00:06:35
    • In this activity, we grant dangerous permissions during runtime in our app.

  • Authorization, Part 3 Video — 00:05:40
    • We conclude our lesson on authorization by seeing examples of granting Android permissions in both XML and Kotlin.

  • Authorization Video — 00:11:48
    • In this lesson, we learn about authorization, access control and Android permissions.

  • Activity: Implementing biometrics Video — 00:12:13
    • In this activity, we implement fingerprint scanning to authenticate to our app.

  • Keys, tokens and secrets Video — 00:06:55
    • In this lesson, we learn more about saving secrets in our app.

  • Google sign-in Video — 00:05:50
    • In this lesson, we learn about Google sign-in and how to integrate it into your app.

  • Activity: Implementing session management Video — 00:11:21
    • In this activity, we manage user sessions in our app.

  • Activity: Implementing a password checker Video — 00:14:53
    • In this activity, we implement a password checker in an app.

  • Session management Video — 00:11:42
    • In this lesson, we learn how to use Shared Preferences to manage user sessions between application restarts.

  • Authentication Video — 00:11:34
  • OAuth Video — 00:08:52
    • In this lesson, we learn how to grant authorization using OAuth.

Syllabus

Course description

Access control is one of the most basic security mechanisms you can implement on a device or in the app itself. Good access control reduces the initial risk of attack or accident. In this course, you will learn about authentication and authorization. You will utilize Android’s strongest authentication mechanisms, including two-factor, biometric and one-time password logins. You will also learn about the different authorization types and implement the most common of these in your app. You will then learn to manage risks associated with IDOR and uncontrolled sessions.

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