How Useful Are Existing Monitoring Languages for Securing Android Apps?

@inproceedings{Arzt2013HowUA,
  title={How Useful Are Existing Monitoring Languages for Securing Android Apps?},
  author={Steven Arzt and Kevin Falzon and Andreas Follner and Siegfried Rasthofer and Eric Bodden and Volker Stolz},
  booktitle={Software Engineering},
  year={2013}
}
The Android operating system is currently dominating the mobile device market in terms of penetration and growth rate. An important contributor to its success are a wealth of cheap and easy-to-install mobile applications, known as apps. Today, installing untrusted apps is the norm, though this comes with risks: malware is ubiquitous and can easily leak confidential and sensitive data. In this work, we investigate the extent to which we can specify complex information flow properties using… CONTINUE READING

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