An Empirical Study on Android for Saving Non-shared Data on Public Storage
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AbstractWith millions of apps provided from official and third-party markets, Android has become one of the most active mobile platforms in recent years. These apps facilitate people's lives in a broad spectrum of ways but at the same time touch numerous users' information, raising huge privacy concerns. To prevent leaks of sensitive information, especially from legitimate apps to malicious ones, developers are encouraged to store users' sensitive data into private folders which are isolated and securely protected. But for non-sensitive data, there is no specific guideline on how to manage them, and in many cases, they are simply stored on public storage which lacks fine-grained access control and is almost open to all apps.
All Author(s) ListLiu XY, Zhou Z, Diao WR, Li Z, Zhang KH
Name of Conference30th IFIP TC 11International Information Security and Privacy Conference (SEC)
Start Date of Conference26/05/2015
End Date of Conference28/05/2015
Place of ConferenceHamburg
Country/Region of ConferenceGermany
Detailed descriptionIFIP Technical Committee 11
Volume Number455
Pages542 - 556
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
Web of Science Subject CategoriesComputer Science; Computer Science, Hardware & Architecture; Computer Science, Information Systems; Telecommunications

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