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Security on android
Security on android
Security on android
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Security on android
Security on android
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Security on android
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Security on android
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  • 1. Implementing Security on Android Application Presented By Prabhakar Jha(7cs39)
  • 2. Contents • INTRODUCTION • OVERVIEW OF ANDROID • REVIEW LITERATURE • SECURITY IN ANDROID • CONCLUSION
  • 3. Introduction • Android is Google’s new open-source platform for mobile devices. • It comes with an SDK that provides the tools and APIs necessary to develop new applications for the platform in Java. • Android has its own virtual machine i.e. DVM (Dalvik Virtual Machine), which is used for executing the android applications. • As Android provides remote access to official sensitive data, which can lead to data hack if smart phones are hacked .
  • 4. Overview of Android The application model • An application is a package of components, each of which can be instantiated and run as necessary . • Activity components form the basis of the user interface; usually, each window of the application is controlled by some activity. • Service components run in the background, and remain active even if windows are switched. • Receiver components react asynchronously to messages from other applications. • Provider components store data relevant to the application, usually in a database. Such data can be shared across applications.
  • 5. Overview of Android Security mechanisms • It is possible for an application to share its data and functionality across other applications, such applications access its components. • The key access control mechanisms provided by Android. • Isolation The Android operating system builds on a Linux kernel, and as such, derives several protection mechanisms from Linux. . Every application runs in its own Linux process. Android starts the process when any of the application’s code needs to be run, and stops the process when another application’s code needs to be run.
  • 6. Overview of Android Security mechanisms • Permissions Any application needs explicit permissions to access the components of other applications. Crucially, such permissions are set at install time, not at run time. The permissions required by an application are declared statically in a manifest. These permissions are set by the package installer, usually via dialogue with the user. • Signatures Finally, any Android application must be signed with a certificate whose private key is held by the developer. The certificate does not need to be signed by a certificate authority; it is used only to establish trust between applications by the same developer.
  • 7. Review Literature • In android operating system, there are four layers. Android has its own libraries; it is helpful for developing and designing any application of android platform. These libraries are written in C/C++. Linux kernel is the 1st layer which is written in C.
  • 8. Review Literature • Application layer: It is the most upper layer in android architecture. All the applications like camera, Google maps, browser, sms, calendars, contacts are native applications. • Application framework: Android applications which are developing, this layer contain needed classes and services. Developers can reuse and extend the components already present in API. • Activity manager: It manages the lifecycle of applications. It enables proper management of all the activities. All the activities are controlled by activity manager. • Resource manager: It provides access to non-code resources such as graphics etc.
  • 9. Review Literature • Notification manager: It enables all applications to display custom alerts in status bar. • Location manager: It fires alerts when user enters or leaves a specified geographical location. • Package manager: It is use to retrieve the data about installed packages on device. • Libraries: Android has its own libraries, which is written in C/C++. These libraries cannot be accessed directly. With the help of application framework, we can access these libraries.
  • 10. Security in android • In this paper, TISSA is a system which is used to provide security to the contacts, call logs etc. • By using TISSA, user can easily protect its contacts and call logs by filling all the permissions. • After giving all the permissions, user can easily access its own data in very privacy mode. • TISSA is evaluated with many of android apps which are affected by leakage of private information of user. • In TISSA, there are main three components are used which provides security to the user for securing call logs and contacts.
  • 11. Security in android • Privacy setting content provider: It is used to provide current privacy setting for an installed application. • Privacy setting manager: It is for the user that he/she can easily update the privacy setting for the installed application. • Privacy aware components: These are enhanced to regulate the access to user’s information which also includes contacts, call logs and locations. • TISSA starts works when user sends request through installed app to the content provider. It holds the request and check current privacy settings for app. It matches all the stored information in database and then send result back to the content provider.
  • 12. Security in android
  • 13. Security in android • There are main three components used which provides the security to the user, these all are as follows: • Contacts and Call Logs: In the above diagram, it shows that firstly, user sends request for accessing the app. When request sends then content provider checks all the permissions if these all are matched only then user can easily access its data otherwise it will reject the permission request from the user side. • Phone Identity: Each mobile phone has its unique IMEI number for using GSM and CDMA technologies. In android app can easily use various functions and retrieve privacy setting for requesting app. • Location: Here is location manager which always noticed about user’s location. If user change its location, the registered location updates location information of the current user.
  • 14. Conclusion It provides all over security to contacts, call logs and location or phone identity, but still there are some issues while using this system. While using TISSA, as per system use sometime it will send bogus or fake replies to the user corresponds to their request. These fake replies could create problems for some applications of android. Another issue in this system is that TISSA only uses one single privacy setting for one type of private information.

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