ASU Electronic Theses and Dissertations
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On Android, existing security procedures require apps to request permissions for access to sensitive resources. Only when the user approves the requested permissions will the app be installed. However, permissions are an incomplete security mechanism. In addition to a user's limited understanding of permissions, the mechanism does not account for the possibility that different permissions used together have the ability to be more dangerous than any single permission alone. Even if users did understand the nature of an app's requested permissions, this mechanism is still not enough to guarantee that a user's information is protected. Applications can potentially send or …
- Gibson, Aaron Scott, Bazzi, Rida, Ahn, Gail-Joon, et al.
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