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Bypassing Android Anti-Emulation [NEW]

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Bypassing Android Anti-Emulation

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Keywords: Android Analysis; Sensitive Information Provider; Anti-Analysis ... solutions are applied to prevent malicious applications from bypassing Android sandbox ... Malicious applications use Anti- Emulation techniques to archive sensitive ...

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Abstract:Dynamic analysis solutions are applied to prevent malicious applications from bypassing Android sandbox using dynamic payload techniques. However, such dynamic analysis methods are vulnerable to malware that use Anti-Analysis and Anti-Emulator techniques. Malicious applications use Anti- Emulation techniques to archive sensitive information that can be used to distinguish between sandbox and real device. Upon identifying sandbox environment, malicious applications may implement several of evasion techniques to avoid from being analyzed. The main problem, however, is that it can be easy for even a novice user to get sensitive information provided by a sandbox with just a little effort. Although there are work-around solutions for solving the problem by directly updating the sensitive information before building the sandbox, they are still containing some limitations in practice. Firstly, it is inconvenient to change the sensitive information after the sandbox or instrumentation module are deployed. Secondly, the updated information can be inconsistent and illogical. To provide a flexible approach for these issues, this paper proposes a dynamic approach that updates the sensitive information based on Sensitive Information Provider server that is located outside the sandbox. The Sensitive Information Provider (SIP) could be a collector that retrieves and processes sensitive information from one or more seeder mobile devices or could be a set of mobile devices. Because of the device-based information, the proposed approach provides a consistence and logic output when it is compared with other solutions. Furthermore, since the proposed solution separates the source of sensitive information from the sandbox, it is possible to update the sensitive information even after the sandbox was deployed. However, the proposed approach sacrifices performance to flexibility and thus it is only suitable to specific environments. The implementation section also analyzes the use-cases which are suitable to apply the proposed solution.

SafetyNet bypassing has long been a cat and mouse game between Google and the community. The community loves to modify the software on their phone, a process that usually involves bootloader unlocking as the first step. But this, in turn, trips SafetyNet, which can cause several popular apps to stop working on the phone, some of them understandably so as they rely on a tamper-proof environment for execution. 350c69d7ab


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