DeepSec 2013 Video: Building The First Android IDS On Network Level

Did you know that you can do more than playing Angry Birds on your smartphone? You can get attacked for example. Since your smart phone is Turing complete, you can do what you want. Jaime Sánchez presented the first Android Intrusion Detection System at DeepSec 2013. Mobile malware and threats are clearly on the rise, as attackers experiment with new business models by targeting mobile phones. This is a reason to deploy security software on these devices, too. With the help of custom built signatures, Jaime’s framework can also be used to detect probes or attacks designed for mobile devices, fool and cheat operating system fingerprinting attempts. Have a look!

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