Windows Phone App Analyser 1.0 released
Posted on 20 January 2012.
David Rook, the author of the acclaimed security code review tool Agnitio, today released version 1.0 of Windows Phone App Analyser, an application that can be used to decompile and analyze Windows Phone apps specifically focusing on finding security issues.


With Windows Phone App Analyser you can:
  • Analyze application source code and have keywords highlighted/explained which might need further investigation from a security point of view.
  • Automatically decompile Windows Phone .xap application to easily analyze the original source code
  • Launch and review results from third party scanning tools (CAT.NET, FxCop and the capabilities detection tool in v1.0).
For more technical details, visit this page.





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