For ease of use, we’ve included a Frida daemon in all iOS and Android virtual models.
Dynamic code instrumentation toolkit for Arm applications. You can use our built-in Frida daemon or bring your own.
You can either use the Corellium user interface, or you can connect directly to the frida-server. In the Corellium user interface, you can upload, edit, download, and execute scripts, as well as attach to processes and receive a frida console.
Interface directly with the frida-server from your local machine through your USBFlux, ADB and more. Once the device is connected, Frida will forward the necessary ports and connect.
Choose from a list of all valid attachable processes on the device that are currently running, explicitly filtered to exclude any processes that would render an error (such as processes that are statically linked or do not include libc).
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Snapshots and Cloning
Save valuable setup time by instantly returning to a previously saved state or creating clones to run multiple tests from the exact same starting environment.
The Files tool is designed to make it easier for users to find and interact with files on the virtual device system.