Android emulator: An application that simulates or runs the Android operating system in a virtual machine.
Android manifest file: A file that contains the application’s package name, its functionality, permissions, hardware and software requirements for installation.
App ID: A two-part string that identifies a development team (Team ID) and an application (bundle ID).
bundle ID: A uniform-type identifier, which is comprised of alphanumeric characters, that uniquely identifies a specific app.
GET: An HTTP method used to request data from a specific resource, like a web server.
man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack: An attempt to intercept electronic communications between two computing devices with the intent to decipher encrypted messages.
pcap file: A wireless packet that contains user data and network data related to the sender and receiver of that data.
zero-day exploit: A security vulnerability that is a threat on the day that it is discovered because a software patch, to fix the exploit, does not yet exist.