Have you ever looked at your Android applications and wondered if they are watching you as well? Whether it’s a bandwidth-hogging app, aggressive adware or even malware, it would be interesting to know if they are doing more than what they are supposed to and if your personal information is exposed. Is there really a way to automatically evaluate all your apps – even hundreds of them – to harvest their behavioral data, analyze their run pattern, and at the same time provide an interface to facilitate a vast majority of evolving security tests with most practical solutions?
During this presentation, Parth will address the range of such issues from it’s finer details to it’s larger scope and will explain how ASEF helps resolve them. He will cover it’s design followed by a live demo and later try to solve the real life practical problems with demonstrations. Parth will also discuss what future versions of ASEF has to offer and at the same time will make it available as an Open Source Project.