Android is the most popular mobile operating system, based on the Linux kernel, primarily designed for touchscreen mobile devices at the time this book was written. Google became involved with the financial backing of Android Inc. in 2005, with smartphones using the operating system, which debuted in 2008 (HTC Dream). The operating system is open source, distributed under the Apache License, leading to rapid development by many globally.
The rapid growth and development of Android-based devices has resulted in a wealth of sensitive information on mobile devices that offer minimal malware protection. This has created an immediate need for security professionals that understand how to best approach the subject of Android malware threats and analysis.
In Android Malware and Analysis, Ken Dunham, renowned global malware expert and author, teams up with international experts to document the best tools and tactics available for analyzing Android malware. The book covers both methods of malware analysis: dynamic and static.
This tactical and practical book shows you how to use to use dynamic malware analysis to check the behavior of an application/malware as it has been executed in the system. It also describes how you can apply static analysis to break apart the application/malware using reverse engineering tools and techniques to recreate the actual code and algorithms used.
The book presents the insights of experts in the field, who have already sized up the best tools, tactics, and procedures for recognizing and analyzing Android malware threats quickly and effectively. You also get access to an online library of tools that supplies what you will need to begin your own analysis of Android malware threats. Tools available on the book’s site include updated information, tutorials, code, scripts, and author assistance.
This is not a book on Android OS, fuzz testing, or social engineering. Instead, it is about the best ways to analyze and tear apart Android malware threats. After reading the book, you will be able to immediately implement the tools and tactics covered to identify and analyze the latest evolution of Android threats.
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