Applying machine learning classifiers to dynamic Android malware detection at scale

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Authors Brandon Amos, Hamilton Turner, Jules White
Journal/Conference Name 2013 9th International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference (IWCMC)
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Paper Abstract The widespread adoption and contextually sensitive nature of smartphone devices has increased concerns over smartphone malware. Machine learning classifiers are a current method for detecting malicious applications on smartphone systems. This paper presents the evaluation of a number of existing classifiers, using a dataset containing thousands of real (i.e. not synthetic) applications. We also present our STREAM framework, which was developed to enable rapid large-scale validation of mobile malware machine learning classifiers.
Date of publication 2013
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