How Google 25.000 discovered Android malware apps

Android and : Χρησιμοποιώντας μια ανοικτή πλατφόρμα, όπως το Android σημαίνει ότι θα πρέπει να είστε πρόθυμοι μαζί με τα καλά να ρισκάρετε και για τα κακά. Χωρίς να θέλουμε να καταπιαστούμε σε μια συζήτηση με τα υπέρ και τα κατά ανάμεσα στο Android και στο iOS συζήτηση, είναι γεγονός ότι το Android φιλοξενεί περισσότερα malware από ότι η πλατφόρμα του iOS και αυτό οφείλεται, εν μέρει, στο ανοιχτό οικο of.

So Google engineers are constantly trying to figure out ways to detect malware coming up on Store and wait for unsuspecting users. malware

A recent Digital Trends article describes how this is done, according to Google.

According to Google, therefore, each application has been scanned for malware and other exploits before it reaches the Play Store.

But we've noticed that scans are not always helpful, and any app you download might contain some malware or other unknown exploits.

To combat this, Google is testing every app through an Android device. In other words, it installs normally from the Play Store in a normal device environment. It then waits by collecting the information that is transmitted between the device and the Google servers.

Έτσι οι μηχανικοί μπορούν να δουν αν η εφαρμογή συμπεριφέρεται ύποπτα ή κάνει πράγματα που δεν επιτρέπεται να κάνει με τις ή τα πρωτόκολλα ασφαλείας (χωρίς άδεια).

If an application tries to interrupt communication between Google servers and the device, engineers analyze the login details and find out what the application installed.

Mention that the above is one of the many ways that Google to protect Android users.

But we should add that none of these processes are perfect and you can still download with Malware from the Play Store. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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