Malware detection in android mobile platform using machine learning algorithms

@inproceedings{Ali2017MalwareDI,
  title={Malware detection in android mobile platform using machine learning algorithms},
  author={Mariam Al Ali and Davor Svetinovic and Zeyar Aung and Suryani Lukman},
  booktitle={INFOCOM 2017},
  year={2017}
}
Malware has always been a problem in regards to any technological advances in the software world. Thus, it is to be expected that smart phones and other mobile devices are facing the same issues. In this paper, a practical and effective anomaly based malware detection framework is proposed with an emphasis on Android mobile computing platform. A dataset consisting of both benign and malicious applications (apps) were installed on an Android device to analyze the behavioral patterns. We first… 

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