Behavioural Analysis of Android Malware and Detection
Lokesh Vaishanav, Shanu Chauhan, Sneha Kumari, Mahipal Singh Sankhla, Dr. Rajeev Kumar "Behavioural Analysis of Android Malware and Detection". International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology (IJCTT) V47(3):176-181, May 2017. ISSN:2231-2803. www.ijcttjournal.org. Published by Seventh Sense Research Group.
Malware is a malevolent software used to disturb installed application, collect information, or gain access to a computer system or mobile device that is chiefly built to attack various operating systems and their application. Since last decade, we are using smartphones excessively and due to its open source nature and widespread popularity it is becoming the main aim of cyber terrorist. The advancement of security threat and privacy leakage are becoming more vulnerable without users attention. Since effective mechanism to identify malicious application for blocking their entry into android market place is hindered that’s why the attackers are becoming more and more powerful in the market. In this paper we are going to analyse the behaviour of various android malwares and threats. At last we are going to discuss various malware detection techniques.
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Android, Malware, Attack, Threats.