STUDY OF INTRUSIONS IN SMARTPHONE SECURITY PLATEFORM

Shraddha Bhurre

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Abstract:- Smart phones and their applications have become important part in our daily life. Availability of mobile cash services like mobile-payment systems and app markets have considerably inflated. Due to which ease of payment and  time utilization increases. As in COVID-19 situation Mobile app develop ment companies running in peak. Recent statistics state that nearly billions of mobile users use various mobile apps during this lockdown. Most of the people downloaded remotely apps and e-learning applications. At the same time we should be alert as  there still are vulnerabilities for Smartphones. These exposures are particularly nasty due to the fact that they permit an intruder to remotely execute code on someone’s phone by sending a specially crafted MMS message.Through which they can also read the messages. Sometimes these messages contain the OTP from the bank, Which can cause the high loss of money. Typically, a cybercriminal will try to trick the user into clicking on a malicious Web link or installing an infected application. This work analyzes the threats to mobile operating systems and types of intrusions, addressing android operating system. Sometime attack signature remains undetected because  firewalls and other simple boundary devices lack some degree of intelligence. This deficiency explains why security from intrusion  are becoming more and more important in helping to maintain proper system security. Unlike Laptops, mobile Handhelds are not factory-equipped with firewalls, virus scanners or spam filters. So we must concern with the protection of our Smartphones. For example, antivirus and SMS antispam programs are applied for all popular mobile operating systems.  

Keywords: Intrusions, Malware, Operating System, Android.


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