By Fengling Han, Ron van Schyndel (auth.), Yang Xiang, Javier Lopez, C.-C. Jay Kuo, Wanlei Zhou (eds.)
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A) 4. c) 6. b = true; Fig. 1. Implicit ﬂow example The dynamic taint analysis mechanism is used primarily for vulnerability detection and protection of sensitive data. To detect the exploitation of vulnerabilities, the sensitive transactions must be monitored to ensure that they are not tainted by outside data. e. that some values should be marked as tainted, but are not. Consider the code in Figure 1 that presents an under tainting problem. When a = f alse and a is tainted, the ﬁrst branch is executed but the second is not, thus b is not tainted while b depends on a (b depends on c that depends on a).
The complete repertoire could be visualized by scrolling or sliding the screen. Blue, pink and purple spots show user behavior captured by an eye tracking device. Protection Aspects of Iconic Passwords on Mobile Devices 25 An eye tracking device was used during password creation in order to capture user behavior during icon selection. Fig. 1(b)-left presents the behavior of a user who analyzes the icons in a chaotic or random way, searching for familiarization among the images for the creation of the password.
5 Detecting Control Flow in Embedded Systems TaintDroid cannot detect control ﬂows because it only uses dynamic taint analysis. We aim to enhance the TaintDroid approach by tracking control ﬂow in 40 M. Graa et al. the Android system to solve the under-tainting problem. To do so, we adapt and integrate the implicit ﬂow management approach deﬁned in Trishul. We use also a hybrid approach that combines and beneﬁts from the advantages of static and dynamic analyses. To solve the under-tainting problem, we use the previous rules of taint propagation that we proved in section 4.
Cyberspace Safety and Security: 4th International Symposium, CSS 2012, Melbourne, Australia, December 12-13, 2012. Proceedings by Fengling Han, Ron van Schyndel (auth.), Yang Xiang, Javier Lopez, C.-C. Jay Kuo, Wanlei Zhou (eds.)