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 Title & Authors
Androfilter: Android Malware Filter using Valid Market Data
Yang, Wonwoo; Kim, Jihye;
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 Abstract
As the popularization of smartphone increases the number of various applications, the number of malicious applications also grows rapidly through the third party App Market or black market. This paper suggests an investigation filter, Androfilter, that detects the fabrication of APK file effectively. Whereas the most of antivirus software uses a separate server to collect, analyze, and update malicious applications, Androfilter assumes Google Play as the trusted party and verifies integrity of an application through a simple query to Google Play. Experiment results show that Androfilter blocks brand new malicious applications that have not been reported yet as well as known malicious applications.
 Keywords
Android;APK;Malware;Filter;Anti-malware;Meta-data;live-data;ESD;
 Language
Korean
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