Smart Devices Threats, Vulnerabilities and Malware Detection Approaches: A Survey

BalaGanesh D, Amlan Chakrabarti, Divya Midhunchakkaravarthy

Abstract


In recent times, malware detection mechanism systems of mobile smart devices are getting growing concentration from researchers. With the quick expansion of malwares found in mobile devices, preventing the secrecy of mobile users is incredibly imperative and necessary. Intrusion detection systems are programming devices that consequently assemble information, dissect it and recognize such occurrences. These systems advanced to intrusion aversion systems (IPS) including extra counteractive action capacities.   In Intrusion detection systems, accuracy rate plays a significant role in measuring the effectiveness of an approach. One of the motivations of this study is to increase the true positive as well as reducing the false-positive rates beyond other studies.

Keywords


Botnets; Bluetooth; Attacker; Malware; Vulnerabilities

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24018/ejers.2018.3.2.302

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