Android Botnets: What URLs are Telling Us

@inproceedings{Kadir2015AndroidBW,
  title={Android Botnets: What URLs are Telling Us},
  author={Andi Fitriah Abdul Kadir and Natalia Stakhanova and Ali A. Ghorbani},
  booktitle={NSS},
  year={2015}
}
Botnets have traditionally been seen as a threat to personal computers; however, the recent shift to mobile platforms resulted in a wave of new botnets. Due to its popularity, Android mobile Operating System became the most targeted platform. In spite of rising numbers, there is a significant gap in understanding the nature of mobile botnets and their communication characteristics. In this paper, we address this gap and provide a deep analysis of Command and Control (C&C) and built-in URLs of… CONTINUE READING

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