Towards Automated Android App Collusion Detection

I. M. As˘avoae, J. Blasco, T. M. Chen, H. K. Kalutarage, I. Muttik, Hoang Nga Nguyen, M. Roggenbach, Siraj Shaikh

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Abstract

Android OS supports multiple communication methods between apps. This opens the possibility to carry out threats in a collaborative fashion, c.f. the Soundcomber example from 2011. In this paper we provide a concise defi- nition of collusion and report on a number of automated detection approaches, developed in co-operation with Intel Security.
Original languageEnglish
Pages29-37
Publication statusPublished - 2016
EventInternational Workshop on Innovations in Mobile Privacy and Security - London, United Kingdom
Duration: 6 Apr 20166 Apr 2016

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WorkshopInternational Workshop on Innovations in Mobile Privacy and Security
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityLondon
Period6/04/166/04/16

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The full text is also available from: http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1575/paper_3.pdf

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As˘avoae, I. M., Blasco, J., Chen, T. M., Kalutarage, H. K., Muttik, I., Nguyen, H. N., ... Shaikh, S. (2016). Towards Automated Android App Collusion Detection. 29-37. Paper presented at International Workshop on Innovations in Mobile Privacy and Security, London, United Kingdom.

Towards Automated Android App Collusion Detection. / As˘avoae, I. M.; Blasco, J.; Chen, T. M.; Kalutarage, H. K.; Muttik, I.; Nguyen, Hoang Nga; Roggenbach, M.; Shaikh, Siraj.

2016. 29-37 Paper presented at International Workshop on Innovations in Mobile Privacy and Security, London, United Kingdom.

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As˘avoae, IM, Blasco, J, Chen, TM, Kalutarage, HK, Muttik, I, Nguyen, HN, Roggenbach, M & Shaikh, S 2016, 'Towards Automated Android App Collusion Detection' Paper presented at International Workshop on Innovations in Mobile Privacy and Security, London, United Kingdom, 6/04/16 - 6/04/16, pp. 29-37.
As˘avoae IM, Blasco J, Chen TM, Kalutarage HK, Muttik I, Nguyen HN et al. Towards Automated Android App Collusion Detection. 2016. Paper presented at International Workshop on Innovations in Mobile Privacy and Security, London, United Kingdom.
As˘avoae, I. M. ; Blasco, J. ; Chen, T. M. ; Kalutarage, H. K. ; Muttik, I. ; Nguyen, Hoang Nga ; Roggenbach, M. ; Shaikh, Siraj. / Towards Automated Android App Collusion Detection. Paper presented at International Workshop on Innovations in Mobile Privacy and Security, London, United Kingdom.
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