Dynamic Analysis System for Detecting Remote Server-Side Polymorphic Malicious Mobile Apps on Android based Smartphone

@article{Lee2015DynamicAS,
  title={Dynamic Analysis System for Detecting Remote Server-Side Polymorphic Malicious Mobile Apps on Android based Smartphone},
  author={Hanseong Lee and Hyung-Woo Lee},
  journal={International Journal of u- and e- Service, Science and Technology},
  year={2015},
  volume={8},
  pages={295-302}
}
As Android malware is evolving quickly, malware creators are starting to develop new kinds of threats such as remote server-side polymorphic malicious code for Android platform that are being actively generated and distributed via the official Android Markets. Remote server-side polymorphic mobile apps can’t be detected correctly as those apps contain spyware and trojans as a hidden undetectable code. Furthermore, these types of malicious apps download other malware onto infected phones using… Expand
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Dynamic Analysis of Remote Server-Side Polymorphic Malicious Mobile Apps on Android based Smartphone
  • 2015 International Conference on Future Information & Communication Engineering (ICFICE2015),
  • 2015