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CEG4440/6440 2019-04-25

1 Announcements

  1. Graded: MidTerms, posted Apr 23 to your Google Drive dirs
  2. Return borrowed Android Devices by April 30, noon. If you cannot find me, leave the device in the CSE Dept Office 303 Russ.
  3. L2 RootInitMods, L3 CachePoison, L4 Malware and L5: If you are yet to submit these, please do it ASAP. No penalties.
  4. Final Exam on April 30 URL posted at 2:45 PM

2 Previously

2.1 Could not finish

  1. Pocket Spy; Violations of Privacy
  2. Android Forensics
  3. Lab on ShellShock StageFright and HeartBleed
  4. Lab on Code Inject/ Stack Smashing

3 Agenda

  1. QA, Open
  2. https://www.android.com/play-protect/ 2019 { pmateti: This is a "what does it offer overview." Not how does it work? } Recommended Reading.
  3. https://android-developers.googleblog.com/2019/02/google-play-protect-in-2018-new-updates.html A more technical version of the above.

4 Reading Beyond the Lectures

  1. https://source.android.com/security/reports/Google_Android_Security_2018_Report_Final.pdf Mar 2019. Required Reading.
  2. https://unlikekinds.com/article/android-updates-are-getting-slower-and-slower-despite-googles-best-efforts Android updates are getting slower and slower, despite Google's best efforts 25 Apr 2019 Recommended Reading
  3. Kabakus, Abdullah Talha, and Ibrahim Alper Dogru. "An in-depth analysis of Android malware using hybrid techniques." Digital Investigation 24 (2018): 25-33. Recommended Reading.

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