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Cybersecurity, DroidMorph will help fighting Android app malware clones

DroidMorph will help fighting Android app malware clones. It has been developed by Adana Science and Technology University and the Pakistan National University of Science and Technology

It has been dubbed DroidMorph, and it’s a tool that provides morphing of Android applications (APKs) and allows to create apps (malware/benign) clones. It has been developed by Adana Science and Technology University and the Pakistan National University of Science and Technology cybersecurity researchers. The purpose is to study how the Android apps malware clones are generated. As a case study researchers perform testing and evaluating resilience of current commercial anti-malware products against attack of the Android malware clones generated by DroidMorph. They found that 8 out of 17 leading commercial anti-malware programs were not able to detect any of the morphed APKs.

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