Juxtapp: A Scalable System for Detecting Code Reuse among Android Applications

@inproceedings{Hanna2012JuxtappAS,
  title={Juxtapp: A Scalable System for Detecting Code Reuse among Android Applications},
  author={Steve Hanna and Ling Huang and Edward XueJun Wu and Saung Li and Charles Chen and Dawn Xiaodong Song},
  booktitle={DIMVA},
  year={2012}
}
Mobile application markets such as the Android Marketplace provide a centralized showcase of applications that end users can purchase or download for free onto their mobile phones. Despite the influx of applications to the markets, applications are cursorily reviewed by marketplace maintainers due to the vast number of submissions. User policing and reporting is the primary method to detect misbehaving applications. This reactive approach to application security, especially when programs can… CONTINUE READING
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