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BA Thesis: Enhanced Android Security to prevent Privilege Escalation

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Janosch Maier

on 10 October 2013

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Transcript of BA Thesis: Enhanced Android Security to prevent Privilege Escalation

Enhanced Android Security to prevent Privilege Escalation
Janosch Maier
Bachelorarbeit in Informatik
Android Security – Fitting together?
Evaluated Defense Mechanisms
User Interaction
Live Demo

Android & Security?
Companies need Data Isolation
Privilege Escalation?
Root Exploits
IPC Exploits
All business apps are locked in a container
Communication with host system?
System Virtualization
Multi Boot
Strict separation
Root exploits (on host)
Live Demo
Is everything working?
User Interaction
Something like this for all intents?
User knows what is legit...?
If not: I have videos...
Increased Security
Multi-Boot + SELinux
Merge needed
Better security in 4.3
Policies control file access:
No policy – No access!
Important for me due to
talk on Droidcon London
Android Fragmentation
Source: http://opensignal.com/reports/fragmentation-2013/ (26/09/2013)
Other kernel hardening possible as well (e.g. restrict setuid)
Portions of this presentation (Android image) are modifications based on work created and shared by Google and used according to terms described in the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License.
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