Feb. 7, 2024, 5:10 a.m. | Jorge Maestre Vidal Marco Antonio Sotelo Monge Luis Javier Garc\'ia Villalba

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This paper introduces a malware detection system for smartphones based on studying the dynamic behavior of suspicious applications. The main goal is to prevent the installation of the malicious software on the victim systems. The approach focuses on identifying malware addressed against the Android platform. For that purpose, only the system calls performed during the boot process of the recently installed applications are studied. Thereby the amount of information to be considered is reduced, since only activities related with their …

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