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Summary

DS-1340
Android Malware Genome Project
External Dataset
External Data Source
Yajin Zhou, Xuxian Jiang
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55 (lowest rank is 55)

Category & Restrictions

Other
malware, cyber attack, wireless, network data, mobile software
Unrestricted
true

Description


In this project, we focus on the Android platform and aim to systematize or characterize existing Android malware.

This project has managed to collect more than 1,200 malware samples that cover the majority of existing Android malware families, ranging from their debut in August 2010 to recent ones in October 2011. In addition, the samples are systematically characterized them from their various aspects, including their installation methods, activation mechanisms as well as the nature of carried malicious payloads. The characterization and a subsequent evolution-based study of representative families reveal that they are evolving rapidly to circumvent the detection from existing mobile anti-virus software. Based on the evaluation with four representative mobile security software, the experiments in November, 2011 show that the best case detects 79.6% of them while the worst case detects only 20.2% in the dataset. These results clearly call for the need to better develop next-generation anti-mobile-malware solution

Additional Details

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cybercrime, august home, malware, smartphone, android, computer viruses, antivirus software, 1340, inferlink corporation, mobile technology, android malware genome project, alphabet inc, mobile security, google software, home automation, external data source, mobile malware, malware by platform, exploit, google acquisitions