On the effectiveness of API-level access control using bytecode rewriting in Android

@inproceedings{Hao2013OnTE,
  title={On the effectiveness of API-level access control using bytecode rewriting in Android},
  author={Hao Hao and Vicky Singh and Wenliang Du},
  booktitle={AsiaCCS},
  year={2013}
}
Bytecode rewriting on Android applications has been widely adopted to implement fine-grained access control. It endows more flexibility and convenience without modifying the Android platform. Bytecode rewriting uses static analysis to identify the usage of security-sensitive API methods, before it instruments the bytecode to control the access to these API calls. Due to the significance of this technique, the effectiveness of its performance in providing fine-grained access control is crucial… CONTINUE READING
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