Posted by: David Harley | April 1, 2018

Virus Bulletin paper on ‘app collusion’

Sometimes Virus Bulletin publishes papers outside its normal yearly conference cycle, and they’re always worth reading: New paper: Distinguishing between malicious app collusion and benign app collaboration: a machine-learning approach.

It’s a follow up to this conference paper:¬†VB2016 paper:¬†Wild Android collusions. (Which I missed at the time – I don’t often get to conferences nowadays, though I did present at VB2017 – so I’m glad of the opportunity to catch up with it.)

David Harley

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