DroidTest: Testing Android Applications for Leakage of Private Information

@inproceedings{Rumee2013DroidTestTA,
  title={DroidTest: Testing Android Applications for Leakage of Private Information},
  author={Sarker T. A. Rumee and Donggang Liu},
  booktitle={ISC},
  year={2013}
}
Smartphones have become a basic necessity in recent years, and a large portion of users are using them for storing private data such as personal contacts and performing sensitive operations such as financial transactions. As a result, there is a high incentive for attackers to compromise these devices. Researchers have also found that there are indeed many malicious applications on official or unofficial Android markets, and a large fraction of them steal private user data once they are… CONTINUE READING

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