Te-En Wei

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Recently, the threat of Android malware is spreading rapidly, especially those repackaged Android malware. Although understanding Android malware using dynamic analysis can provide a comprehensive view, it is still subjected to high cost in environment deployment and manual efforts in investigation. In this study, we propose a static feature-based mechanism(More)
The rapid growth of smartphones has lead to a renaissance for mobile application services. Android and iOS now as the most popular smartphone platforms offer a public marketplace respectively, the Android Market and App Store- but operate with dramatically different approaches to prevent malware on their devices. In Android platform, developer not only can(More)
The current malicious URLs detecting techniques based on whole URL information are hard to detect the obfuscated malicious URLs. The most precise way to identify a malicious URL is verifying the corresponding web page contents. However, it costs very much in time, traffic and computing resource. Therefore, a filtering process that detecting more suspicious(More)
A CAPTCHA (Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart) is a security mechanism that can be used to distinguish between humans and machines. Most existing CAPTCHA systems are vulnerable against a so-called "third party human attack." The third party human attack employs hired human to solve challenges so that the CAPTCHA(More)
Recently, smartphones have become increasingly popular, whereas data leakage continues to be a serious problem for many large organizations. Consequently, smartphone applications containing sensitive personal or company data are at risk when targeted by attackers. Continuous and passive authentication is a popular scheme for secretly classifying users'(More)