last update time:2017/02/20

Forensics Tools (取证工具)

  • bandicoot – A Python toolbox to analyze mobile phone metadata. It provides a complete, easy-to-use environment for data-scientist to analyze mobile phone metadata. With only a few lines of code, load your datasets, visualize the data, perform analyses, and export the results.
  • Android Connections Forensics – Enables a forensic investigator to connections to its originating process
  • Android Forensics – Open Source Android Forensics App and Framework
  • Android Data Extractor Lite
  • BitPim – BitPim is a program that allows you to view and manipulate data on many CDMA phones from LG, Samsung, Sanyo and other manufacturers.
  • fridump – Fridump is an open source memory dumping tool, primarily aimed at penetration testers and developers.
  • LiME – LiME (formerly DMD) is a Loadable Kernel Module (LKM), which allows the acquisition of volatile memory from Linux and Linux-based devices, such as those powered by Android.
  • Open Source Android Forensics
  • Project RetroScope
  • P2P-ADB – Phone to Phone Android Debug Bridge – A project for “debugging” phones from other phones.
  • pySimReader – It allows users to write out arbitrary raw SMS PDUs to a SIM card.

Development Tools(开发工具)

  • Android SDK – The Android software development kit (SDK) includes a comprehensive set of development tools. These include a debugger, libraries, a handset emulator based on QEMU, documentation, sample code, and tutorials.
  • Android NDK – The NDK is a toolset that allows you to implement parts of your app using native-code languages such as C and C++.
  • ADT Bundle – The Android Developer Tools(ADT) bundle is a single download that contains everything for developers to start creating Android Application
    • Android Studio IDE or Eclipse IDE
    • Android SDK tools
    • Android 5.0 (Lollipop) Platform
    • Android 5.0 emulator system image with Google APIs
  • Native Android Runtime Emulation – A native Android emulator featuring the following functions:
    • Full stack support for ELF built by Android NDK.
    • Seeminglessly native gdb support.
    • Link and load shared library.
    • Open to extension of different architecture and C runtime.
  • Root Tools – RootTools provides rooted developers a standardized set of tools for use in the development of rooted applications.

Static Analysis Tools(静态分析工具)

  • Amandroid – Amandroid is a precise and general inter-component data flow analysis framework for security vetting of android apps.
  • Androwarn – Yet another static code analyzer for malicious Android applications
  • ApkAnalyser – ApkAnalyser is a static, virtual analysis tool for examining and validating the development work of your Android app.
  • APKInspector – APKinspector is a powerful GUI tool for analysts to analyze the Android applications.
  • droid-hunter – Android application vulnerability analysis and pentesting tool.
  • Error-Prone – Catch common Java mistakes as compile-time errors
  • FindBugs + FindSecurityBugs – FindSecurityBugs is a extension for FindBugs which include security rules for Java applications. It will find cryptography problems as well as Android specific problems.
  • FlowDroid – FlowDroid is a context-, flow-, field-, object-sensitive and lifecycle-aware static taint analysis tool for Android applications.
  • Lint – The Android lint tool is a static code analysis tool that checks your Android project source files for potential bugs and optimization improvements for correctness, security, performance, usability, accessibility, and internationalization.
  • Smali CFGs – Smali Control Flow Graph’s
  • Smali and Baksmali – smali/baksmali is an assembler/disassembler for the dex format used by dalvik, Android’s Java VM implementation.
  • SPARTA – The SPARTA project (Static Program Analysis for Reliable Trusted Apps) is building a toolset to verify the security of mobile phone applications.
  • Thresher – Thresher is a static analysis tool that specializes in checking heap reachability properties. Its secret sauce is using a coarse up-front points-to analysis to focus a precise symbolic analysis on the alarms reported by the points-to analysis.
  • VectorAttackScanner – A tool to analyze Android apps to detect points to attack, such as intents, receivers, services, processes and libraries

Dynamic Analysis Tools(动态分析工具)


  • Android Hooker – This project provides various tools and applications that can be use to automaticaly intercept and modify any API calls made by a targeted application.
  • AppAudit – Online tool (including an API) to detect hidden data leaks in apps using both dynamic and static analysis.
  • BareDroid – Supports bare-metal analysis on Android devices at scale.
  • CuckooDroid – An extension of Cuckoo Sandbox, CuckooDroid brings the capabilities of executing and analyzing Android applications to Cuckoo.
  • Droidbox – DroidBox is developed to offer dynamic analysis of Android applications
  • Droid-FF – Droid-FF is an extensible fuzzing framework for Android
  • Drozer – Drozer allows you to search for security vulnerabilities in apps and devices by assuming the role of an app and interacting with the Dalvik VM, other apps’ IPC endpoints and the underlying OS.
  • Marvin – Marvin is a system that analyzes Android applications in search of vulnerabilities and allows tracking of an app through its version history.
  • Inspeckage – Inspeckage is a tool developed to offer dynamic analysis of Android applications. By applying hooks to functions of the Android API, Inspeckage will help you understand what an Android application is doing at runtime.
  • PATDroid – A collection of tools and data structures for analyzing Android applications and the system itself. Forms the basis of AppAudit.

Reverse Engineering Tools(逆向工具)

  • Androguard – Reverse engineering, Malware and goodware analysis of Android applications … and more (ninja !)
  • Android Apk decompiler – Online decompile for Apk and Dex Android files
  • Android loadble Kernel Modules – It is mostly used for reversing and debugging on controlled systems/emulators.
  • AndBug – Android Debugging Library
  • ApkTool – A tool for reverse engineering Android Apk Files
  • APK Studio – APK Studio is an IDE for decompiling/editing & then recompiling of android application binaries within a single user-interface.
  • Bytecode-Viewer – A Java 8 Jar & Android APK Reverse Engineering Suite (Decompiler, Editor, Debugger & More)
  • ClassyShark – Android executables browser for analyzing APKs.
  • CodeInspect – A Jimple-based Reverse-Engineering framework for Android and Java applications.
  • dedex – A command line tool for disassembling Android DEX files.
  • dextra – dextra utility began its life as an alternative to the AOSP’s dexdump and dx –dump, both of which are rather basic, and produce copious, but unstructured output. In addition to supporting all their features, it also supports various output modes, specific class, method and field lookup, as well as determining static field values. I lated updated it to support ART (which is also one of the reasons why the tool was renamed).
  • Dex2Jar – Tools to work with android .dex and java .class files
  • dexdisassembler – A GTK tool for disassembling Android DEX files.
  • Enjarify – Enjarify is a tool for translating Dalvik bytecode to equivalent Java bytecode. This allows Java analysis tools to analyze Android applications.
  • Fern Flower – FernFlower Java decompiler
  • Fino – Android small footprint inspection tool
  • Introspy-Android – Blackbox tool to help understand what an Android application is doing at runtime and assist in the identification of potential security issues.
  • JD-Gui – Yet another fast Java Decompiler
  • JEB – The Interactive Android Decompiler
  • Lobotomy – Lobotomy is an Android security toolkit that will automate different Android assessments and reverse engineering tasks. The goal of the Lobotomy toolkit is to provide a console environment, which would allow a user to load their target Android APK once, then have all the necessary tools without needing to exit that environment. The 1.2 release will remain open source.
  • smali – An assembler/disassembler for Android’s dex format
  • smali_emulator – Emulates a smali source file generated by apktool, for example to defeat obfuscation and encryption found in APKs.
  • Strongdb – Strongdb is a gdb plugin that is written in Python, to help with debugging Android Native program.The main code uses gdb Python API.
  • Xenotix APK Reverser – An open source Android Application Package (APK) decompiler and disassembler powered by dex2jar, baksmali and jd-core

Hooking Tools(Hooking工具)

  • ADBI – Android Dynamic Binary Instrumentation (ADBI) is a tool for dynamically tracing Android native layer.
  • Cydia Substrate – Cydia Substrate for Android enables developers to make changes to existing software with Substrate extensions that are injected in to the target process’s memory.
  • Diff-GUI – GUI for injecting JavaScript on Android (using Frida)
  • Dynamic Dalvik Instrumentation Toolkit – Simple and easy to use toolkit for dynamic instrumentation of Dalvik code.
  • Frida – Inject JavaScript to explore native apps on Android
  • Xposed Framework – Xposed framework enables you to modify the system or application aspect and behaviour at runtime, without modifying any Android application package(APK) or re-flashing.

Obfuscators & Deobfuscators Tools(混淆与反混淆工具)

  • APK Obfuscator – A generic DEX file obfuscator and munger.
  • Bytecode-Viewer – A Java 8 Jar & Android APK Reverse Engineering Suite (Decompiler, Editor, Debugger & More)
  • Class Name Deobfuscator – Simple script to parse through the .smali files produced by apktool and extract the .source annotation lines.
  • Dalvik Obfuscator – A set of tools/scripts to obfuscate and manipulate dex files
  • dex-oracle – A pattern based Dalvik deobfuscator which uses limited execution to improve semantic analysis
  • Simplify – Generic Android Deobfuscator

Online Analyzers(在线分析网站)

  • Android Observatory – The Android Observatory is a web interface to a large repository of Android applications. It allows users to search or browse through thousands of Android apps and retrieve metadata for those apps.
  • Android APK Decompiler – Decompiling APK files made easy. Online decompiler.
  • AndroidTotal – AndroTotal is a free service to scan suspicious APKs against multiple mobile antivirus apps.
  • Anubis – Malware Analysis for Unknown Binaries.
  • Akana – Akana is an online Android app Interactive Analysis Enviroment (IAE), which is combined with some plugins for checking the malicious app.
  • App360Scan – Tells about permissons used by an Application and what harm it can cause to users.
  • CopperDroid – It automatically perform out-of-the-box dynamic behavioral analysis of Android malware.
  • Dexter – Dexter is an interactive Android software analysis environment with collaboration features.
  • Eacus – A lite Android app analysis framework
  • Mobile Sandbox – The Mobile-Sandbox provides static and dynamic malware analysis combined with machine learning techniques for Android applications.
  • NVISO ApkScan – The ApkScan web application by NVISO allows you to scan Android applications for malware.
  • Sandroid – An automatic Android application analysis system
  • Virus Total – VirusTotal is a free service that analyzes suspicious files and URLs and facilitates the quick detection of viruses, worms, trojans, and all kinds of malware.

Android Testing Distributions(安卓测试环境)

  • Android Tamer – Android Tamer is a Virtual / Live Platform for Android Security professionals.
  • Androl4b – An Android security virtual machine based on Ubuntu Mate. It includes a collection of the latest frameworks, tutorials and labs from different security geeks and researchers for reverse engineering and malware analysis
  • Appie – A portable software package for Android Pentesting and an awesome alternative to existing Virtual machines.It is a one stop answer for all the tools needed in Android Application Security Assessment, Android Forensics, Android Malware Analysis.
  • AppUse – AppUse is a VM (Virtual Machine) developed by AppSec Labs.
  • Mobisec – Mobile security testing live environment
  • NowSecure Lab community edition – It does dynamic analysis of mobile apps (network traffic)
  • Santoku Linux – Santoku is an OS and can be run outside a VM as a standalone operating system.
  • Shadow OS – ShadowOS is a free tool designed by Fortify on Demand to help Security and QA teams test Android applications for security vulnerabilities. It is a custom OS based off of KitKat that intercepts specific areas of the device’s operation and makes testing apps for security vulnerabilites easier.
  • Vezir Project – Yet Another Linux Virtual Machine for Mobile Application Pentesting and Mobile Malware Analysis.

Android Vulnerable Apps(漏洞应用DEMO)


Android Security Apps(安全工具)

  • Android IMSI-Catcher-Detector – It is an app to detect IMSI-Catchers. IMSI-Catchers are false mobile towers (base stations) acting between the target mobile phone(s) and the real towers of service providers. As such they are considered a Man-In-The-Middle (MITM) attack. In the USA the IMSI-Catcher technology is known under the name “StingRay”.
  • Am I Vulnerable – AIV is an Android security app that notifies the user of publicly known vulnerabilities found in the installed version of apps on the device.
  • Android Vulnerability Test Suite – In the spirit of open data collection, and with the help of the community, let’s take a pulse on the state of Android security. NowSecure presents an on-device app to test for recent device vulnerabilities.
  • NetHunter – The Kali Linux NetHunter project is the first open source Android penetration testing platform for Nexus devices. NetHunter supports Wireless 802.11 frame injection, one-click MANA Evil Access Point setups, HID keyboard (Teensy like attacks), as well as BadUSB MITM attacks – and is built upon the sturdy shoulders of the Kali Linux distribution and toolsets.
  • Koodous – Koodous is a collaborative platform that combines the power of online analysis tools with social interactions between the analysts over a vast APKs repository focused on the detection of fraudulent patterns in Android applications. You can download their Android application to check whether your device contain any mailicious app or not.
  • SecureMe Droid (SMD) – is a security application for Android devices that scans existing apps, newly installed and updated apps for known vulnerabilities and security issues.


Android Malwares Database(安卓恶意软件数据库)


Application Security Framework(安全测试框架)

  • AndroBugs – The AndroBugs Framework is an Android vulnerability analysis system that helps developers or hackers find potential security vulnerabilities in Android applications. Its commandline interface and output offer superb efficiency and accuracy.
  • AppMon – AppMon is a runtime security testing & profiling framework for macOS, iOS and android apps. It is useful for mobile penetration testers to validate the security issues report by a source code scanner by validating them by inspecting the API calls at runtime.
    Also useful for monitoring the app’s overall activity and focus on things that seem suspicious e.g. data leaks, credentials, tokens etc. You can either use pre-defined scripts or write your own to modify the app’s functionality/logic in the runtime e.g. spoofing the DeviceID, spoofing the GPS co-ordinates, faking In-App purchases,
    bypassing Apple’s TouchID etc.
  • AppRay – App-Ray takes a look inside your apps and helps you understand what they really do. In fully automated tests, App-Ray analyzes apps and highlights vulnerabilities, data leaks, and privacy breaches.
  • Mobile Security Framework (MobSF) – Mobile Security Framework is an intelligent, all-in-one open source mobile application (Android/iOS) automated pen-testing framework capable of performing static and dynamic analysis.
  • Qark – Quick Android Review Kit – This tool is designed to look for several security related Android application vulnerabilities, either in source code or packaged APKs. The tool is also capable of creating “Proof-of-Concept” deployable APKs and/or ADB commands, capable of exploiting many of the vulnerabilities it finds. There is no need to root the test device, as this tool focuses on vulnerabilities that can be exploited under otherwise secure conditions.
  • SUPER – Secure, Unified, Powerful and Extensible Rust Android Analyzer can be used to automatically analyze apps for vulnerabilities.
  • JAADAS – Joint advanced static android app vulnerability scanner based on program analysis powered by Soot and Scala.


Android Vulnerability List(安卓系统漏洞列表)


Android Security Libraries(安卓安全知识文库)

  • Android Password Store
  • Android Pinning – A standalone library project for certificate pinning on Android.
  • Conceal By Facebook – Conceal provides easy Android APIs for performing fast encryption and authentication of data.
  • Dexguard – DexGuard is our specialized optimizer and obfuscator for Android. Create apps that are faster, more compact, and more difficult to crack.
  • Encryption – Encryption is a simple way to create encrypted strings to Android project.
  • CWAC-Security – Helping You Help Your Users Defend Their Data
  • IOCipher – IOCipher is a virtual encrypted disk for apps without requiring the device to be rooted.
  • Java AES Crypto – A simple Android class for encrypting & decrypting strings, aiming to avoid the classic mistakes that most such classes suffer from.
  • NetCipher – This is an Android Library Project that provides multiple means to improve network security in mobile applications.
  • OpenPGP API – The OpenPGP API provides methods to execute OpenPGP operations, such as sign, encrypt, decrypt, verify, and more without user interaction from background threads.
  • OWASP Java HTML Sanitizer
  • Proguard – ProGuard is a free Java class file shrinker, optimizer, obfuscator, and preverifier. It detects and removes unused classes, fields, methods, and attributes.
  • Spongy Castle – a repackage of Bouncy Castle for Android
  • SQL Cipher – SQLCipher is an open source extension to SQLite that provides transparent 256-bit AES encryption of database files.
  • Secure Preferences – Android Shared preference wrapper than encrypts the keys and values of Shared Preferences.
  • Trusted Intents – Library for flexible trusted interactions between Android apps

Best Practices(最佳实践)



Exploring Security Enhancements for Android 2015 William Confer, William Roberts Link
The Mobile Application Hacker’s Handbook 2015 Dominic Chell, Tyrone Erasmus, Jon Lindsay, Shaun Colley, Ollie Whitehouse Link
Android Hacker’s Handbook 2014 Joshua J. Drake, Zach Lanier, Collin Mulliner, Pau Oliva, Stephen A. Ridley, Georg Wicherski Link
Android Security Internals 2014 Nikolay Elenkov Link
Android Malware And Analysis 2014 Shane Hartman, Ken Dunham, Manu Quintans, Jose Andre Morales, Tim Strazzere Link
Learning Pentesting for Android 2014 Aditya Gupta Link
Android Security Cookbook 2013 Keith Makan, Scott-Alexander-Brown Link
Android Malware 2013 Xuxian Jiang, Yajin Zhou Link
Android Application Security Essentials 2013 Pragati Rai Link
Hacking Exposed Mobile Security Secrets & Solutions 2013 Neil Bergman, Mike Stanfield, Jason Rouse, Joel Scrambay, Sarath Geethakumar, Swapnil Deshmukh, John Steven, Mike Price, Scott Matsumoto Link
Android Security: Attacks and Defenses 2013 Anmol Misra, Abhishek Dubey Link
Mobile Phone Security and Forensics: A Practical Approach 2012 I.I. Androulidakis Link
Android Apps Security 2012 Sheran Gunasekera Link
Decompiling Android 2012 Godfrey Nolan Link
Mobile Application Security 2012 Himanshu Dwivedi, Chris Clark and David Thiel Link
XDA Developers’ Android Hacker’s Toolkit 2012 Jason Tyler, Will Verduzco Link
Android Forensics: Investigation, Analysis and Mobile Security for Google Android’ 2011 Andrew Hoog Link
Application Security for the Android Platform: Processes, Permissions, and Other Safeguards 2011 Jeff Six Link
Embedded Java Security: Security for Mobile Devices 2010 Mourad Debbabi, Mohamed Saleh, Chamseddine Talhi and Sami Zhioua

Android Security Research Papers(安卓安全研究论文)


Security Overview(安全架构)



Presentation Conference Year Author Link
Solving the Mobile Security Gap SaintCon 2015 Franke Martinez Link
Mobile Device Security in the Enterprise SaintCon 2015 Dmitry Dessiatnikov Link
Improving mobile security with forensics, app analysis and big data Android Security Symposium 2015 Andrew Hoog Link
Android security architecture Android Security Symposium 2015 Nikolay Elenkov Link
Lessons from the trenches: An inside look at Android security Android Security Symposium 2015 Nick Kralevich Link
Secure copy protection for mobile apps Android Security Symposium 2015 Nils T. Kannengiesser Link
Human factors in anonymous mobile communication Android Security Symposium 2015 Svenja Schröder Link
Continuous risk-aware multi-modal authentication Android Security Symposium 2015 Rainhard D. Findling and Muhammad Muaaz Link
Assessing Android applications using command-line fu Android Security Symposium 2015 Pau Oliva Fora Link
The quest for usable security Android Security Symposium 2015 N. Asokan Link
Android and trusted execution environments Android Security Symposium 2015 Jan-Erik Ekberg Link
An infestation of dragons: Exploring vulnerabilities in … Android Security Symposium 2015 Josh Thomas and Charles Holmes Link
Secure elements for you and me: A model for programmable secure … Android Security Symposium 2015 Alexandra Dmitrienko Link
Mobile threats incident handling Android Security Symposium 2015 Yonas Leguesse Link
How Google killed two-factor authentication Android Security Symposium 2015 Victor van der Veen Link
Mobile Application Reverse Engineering: Under the Hood Derbycon 2015 Drew Branch Billy McLaughlin Link
Unbillable: Exploiting Android In App Purchases Derbycon 2015 Alfredo Ramirez Link
The problems with JNI obfuscation in the Android Operating System Derbycon 2015 Rick Ramgattie Link
Offensive & Defensive Android Reverse Engineering Defcon 2015 Jon Sawyer, Tim Strazzere, Caleb Fenton Link
Fuzzing Android System Services by Binder Call to Escalate Privilege Blackhat USA 2015 Guang Gong Link
Fingerprints on Mobile Devices: Abusing and Leaking Blackhat USA 2015 Yulong Zhang & Tao Wei Link
Ah! Universal Android Rooting is Back Blackhat USA 2015 Wen Xu Link
Attacking Your Trusted Core: Exploiting Trustzone on Android Blackhat USA 2015 Di Shen Link
This is DeepERENT:Tracking App Behaviors with Phone for Evasive Android Malware Blackhat USA 2015 Y.Park & J.Choi Link
Mobile Point of Scam: Attacking the Square Reader Blackhat USA 2015 Alexandrea Mellen & John Moore & Artem Losev Link
Commercial Mobile Spyware – Detecting the Undetectable Blackhat USA 2015 Joshua Dalman & Valerie Hantke Link
Faux Disk Encryption: Realities of Secure Storage on Mobile Devices Blackhat USA 2015 Daniel Mayer & Drew Suarez Link
Stagefright: Scary Code in the Heart of Android Blackhat USA 2015 Joshua J. Drake Link
Android Security State of the Union Blackhat USA 2015 Adrian Ludwig Link
Is my app secure? Bsides Lisbon 2015 Cláudio André, Herman Duarte Link
The nightmare behind the cross platform mobile apps dream Blackhat Asia 2015 Marco Grassi, Sebastian Guerrero Link
DABid: The Powerful Interactive Android Debugger for Android Malware Analysis Blackhat Asia 2015 Link
Resurrecting The READ_LOGS Permission On Samsung Devices Blackhat Asia 2015 Ryan Johnson, Angelos Stavrou Link
We Can still Crack you Blackhat Asia 2015 Link
Relaying contactless EMV transactions with off-the-self hardware Blackhat Asia 2015 Link
Hiding behind ART Blackhat Asia 2015 Paul Sebanal Link
Watch you lookin’ at? Securi-Tay 2015 Jahmel Harris & Owen Evans Link
On Relaying NFC Payment Transactions using Android devices RootedCon 2015 Ricardo J. Rodríguez y & José Vila Link
Android: Back to the Future, Two or Too RootedCon 2015 Raúl Siles Link
Understanding IMSI Privacy BlackHat USA 2015 Ravishankar Borgaonkar & Swapnil Udar Link
Android FakeID Vulnerability Wwalkthrough BlackHat USA 2015 Jeff Forrista Link
Reflection On Trusting Trustzone BlackHat USA 2015 Dan Rosenberg Link
Researching Android Device Security With The Help Of A Droid Army BlackHat USA 2015 Joshua Drake Link
MyY Google Glass Sees Your Passwords! BlackHat USA 2015 Xinwen Fu & Qinggang Yue & Zhen Ling Link
Cellular Exploitation On A Global Scale: The Rise And Fall Of The Ccontrol Protocol BlackHat USA 2015 Mathew Solnik & Marc Blanchou Link
Android FakeId Vulnerability Blackhat 2014 Jeff Forristal Link
Mobile Analysis Kung Fu, Santoku Style RSA Conference 2014 Andrew Hoog & Sebastián Guerrero Link
Beginners Guide to Reverse Engineering Android Apps RSA Conference 2014 Pau Oliva Fora Link
Touchlogger on iOS and Android RSA Conference 2014 Neal Hindocha & Nathan McCauley Link
Predatory Hacking of Mobile: Real Demos RSA Conference 2014 Jeff Forristal Link
Reverse Engineering, Pentesting and Hardening of Android Apps DroidCon 2014 Marco Grassi Link
DREBIN: Effective and Explainable Detection of Android Malware in Your Pocket NDSS 2014 Daniel Arp, Michael Spreitzenbarth, Malte Hubner, Hugo Gascon & Konrad Rieck Link
Execute This! Analyzing Unsafe and Malicious Dynamic Code Loading in Android Applications NDSS 2014 Sebastian Poeplau, Yanick Fratantonio, Antonio Bianchi, Christopher Kruegel, Giovanni Vigna Link
AppSealer: Automatic Generation of Vulnerability-Specific Patches for Preventing Component Hijacking Attacks in Android Applications NDSS 2014 Mu Zhang, Heng Yin Link
SMV-Hunter: Large Scale, Automated Detection of SSL/TLS Man-in-the-Middle Vulnerabilities in Android Apps NDSS 2014 David Sounthiraraj, Justin Sahs, Zhiqiang Lin, Latifur Khan, Garrett Greenwood Link
AirBag: Boosting Smartphone Resistance to Malware Infection NDSS 2014 Chiachih Wu, Yajin Zhou, Kunal Patel, Zhenkai Liang, Xuxian Jiang Link
Pre-installed Android application poisoning AppSecAsiaPac 2014 Yoshitaka Kato Link
Rage Against the Virtual Machine: Hindering Dynamic Analysis of Android Malware EuroSec 2014 Thanasis Petsas, Giannis Voyatzis, Elias Athanasopoulos, Sotiris Ioannidis, Michalis Polychronakis Link
Pentesting Android Applications Confraria Segurança PT 2014 Cláudio André Link
Tricks for image handling in Android DroidCon Berlin 2014 Tyrone Nicholas Link
Post-Mortem Memory Analysis of Cold-Booted Android Devices IMF 2014 Christian Hilgers, Holger Macht, Tilo Muller, Michael Spreitzenbarth Link
Execute this! Looking into code-loading techniques on Android Honeynet Project Workshop 2014 Sebastian Poeplau, Yanick Fratantonio, Antonio Bianchi, Christopher Kruegel, Giovanni Vigna Link
Exploiting the Bells and Whistles: Uncovering OEM Vulnerabilities in Android CarolinaCon 2014 Jake Valletta Link
Enter Sandbox: Android Sandbox Comparison MOBILE SECURITY TECHNOLOGIES 2014 Sebastian Neuner, Victor van der Veen, Martina Lindorfer, Markus Huber, Georg Merzdovnik, Martin Mulazzani and Edgar Weipp Link
A Systematic Security Evaluation of Android’s Multi-User Framework MOBILE SECURITY TECHNOLOGIES 2014 Paul Ratazzi, Yousra Aafer, Amit Ahlawat, Hao Hao, Yifei Wang and Wenliang Du Link
Sprobes: Enforcing Kernel Code Integrity on the TrustZone Architecture MOBILE SECURITY TECHNOLOGIES 2014 Xinyang Ge, Hayawardh Vijayakumar and Trent Jaeger Link
Android Packers:Separating from the pack Hacktivity 2014 Ruchna Nigam Link
ASM: A Programmable Interface for Extending Android Security 23rd USENIX Security Symposium 2014 Stephan Heuser, Adwait Nadkarni, William Enck, Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi Link
Peeking into Your App without Actually Seeing it: UI State Inference and Novel Android Attacks 23rd USENIX Security Symposium 2014 Qi Alfred Chen, Zhiyun Qian, Z. Morley Mao Link
On the Feasibility of Automa3cally Generating Android Component Hijacking Exploits Hitcon 2014 Wu Daoyuan Link
Play Flappy Bird while you pentest Android in style Hitcon 2014 Chris Liu & Matthew Lionetti Link
Bypassing wifi pay-walls with Android RootedCon 2014 Pau Oliva Fora Link
A distributed approach to malware analysis BruCON 0x06 2014 Daan Raman Link
Enter The Snapdragon! Hacktivity 2014 Daniel Komaromy Link
Android Forensics: The Joys of JTAG Ruxcon 2014 tty0x80 Link
TACKYDROID: Pentesting Android Applications in Style HiTB KUL 2014 Chris Liu & Matthew Lionetti Link
Hide Android Applications in Images BlackHat Europe 2014 Axelle Apvrille & Ange Albertini Link
MAN IN THE BINDER: HE WHO CONTROLS IPC, CONTROLS THE DROID BlackHat Europe 2014 Nitay Artenstein & Idan Revivo Link
Mobile Hacking – Reverse Engineering the Android OS HackerHalted 2014 Tom Updegrove Link
Making Android’s Bootable Recovery Work For You EkoParty 2014 Drew Suarez at EkoParty Link
An Infestation of Dragons: Exploring Vulnerabilities in the ARM TrustZone Architecture PacSec Japan 2014 Josh “m0nk” Thomas, Charles Holmes & Nathan Keltner Link
Hey, we catch you – dynamic analysis of Android applications PacSec Japan 2014 Wenjun Hu Link
Steroids for your App Security Assessment ZeroNights 2014 Marco Grassi Link
Racing with DROIDS ZeroNights 2014 Peter Hlavaty Link
Creating a kewl and simple Cheating Platform on Android DeepSec 2014 Milan Gabor & Danijel Grah Link
Dex Education 201: Anti-Emulation HitCon 2013 Tim Strazzere Link