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Fine-grained Code Coverage Measurement in Automated Black-box Android Testing

Today, there are millions of third-party Android applications. Some of them are buggy or even malicious. To identify such applications, novel …

StaDART: Addressing the Problem of Dynamic Code Updates in the Security Analysis of Android Applications

Dynamic code update techniques, such as dynamic class loading and reflection, enable Android apps to extend their functionality at runtime. At the …

A Survey on Malicious Domains Detection Through DNS Data Analysis

Malicious domains are one of the major resources required for adversaries to run attacks over the Internet. Due to the important role of the Domain …

Security in the Firefox OS and Tizen Mobile Platforms
Existing mobile platforms landscape evolves very quickly, as the big players in the field and the research community are challenged to develop novel …
MOSES: Supporting and Enforcing Security Profiles on Smartphones
Smartphones are very effective tools for increasing the productivity of business users. With their increasing computational power and storage …
CRêPE: A System for Enforcing Fine-Grained Context-Related Policies on Android
Current smartphone systems allow the user to use only marginally contextual information to specify the behavior of the applications: this hinders the …