Olga Gadyatskaya

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The ease of Android applications repackaging and proliferation of application clones in Google Play and other markets call for new effective techniques to detect repackaged code and combat distribution of cloned applications. Today all existing techniques for repackaging detection are based on code similarity or feature (e.g., permission set) similarity(More)
Applications on multi-application smart cards contain sensitive data and can exchange information. Thus a major concern is that these applications should not exchange data unless permitted by their respective policy. As modern smart cards allow post-issuance installation and removal of applications, traditional approaches for information flow analysis are(More)
Static analysis of Android applications can be hindered by the presence of the popular dynamic code update techniques: dynamic class loading and reflection. Recent Android malware samples do actually use these mechanisms to conceal their malicious behavior from static analyzers. These techniques defuse even the most recent static analyzers that usually(More)
Java card technology have progressed at the point of running web servers and web clients on a smart card. Yet concrete deployment of multi-applications smart cards have remained extremely rare because the business model of the asynchronous download and update of applications by different parties requires the control of interactions among possible(More)
Many state-of-art mobile application testing frameworks (e.g., Dynodroid [1], EvoDroid [2]) enjoy Emma [3] or other code coverage libraries to measure the coverage achieved. The underlying assumption for these frameworks is availability of the app source code. Yet, application markets and security researchers face the need to test third-party mobile(More)