CRePE: Context-Related Policy Enforcement for Android

@inproceedings{Conti2010CRePECP,
  title={CRePE: Context-Related Policy Enforcement for Android},
  author={Mauro Conti and Vu Thien Nga Nguyen and Bruno Crispo},
  booktitle={ISC},
  year={2010}
}
Most of the research work for enforcing security policies on smartphones considered coarse-grained policies, e.g. either to allow an application to run or not. In this paper we present CRePE, the first system that is able to enforce fine-grained policies, e.g. that vary while an application is running, that also depend on the context of the smartphone. A context can be defined by the status of some variables (e.g. location, time, temperature, noise, and light), the presence of other devices, a… CONTINUE READING
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