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To conceal their nature, they are often obfuscated by their creators. But, given that it is a common best practice to obfuscate apps, a trivial identification of repackaged apps is not possible. ... Therefore, two apps, where the obfuscated code bases are very similar, do not have to be repackages of each other. ... We show that CodeMatch enables us to identify, in all library detection configurations, up to 50% more obfuscated and repackaged apps than the other approaches. ...doi:10.1145/3106237.3106305 dblp:conf/sigsoft/GlanzAERHLM17 fatcat:dnjfenp7zza33pqbs2y7am66y4
While analysts try to protect the developers' copyright and the privacy and security of app users, code obfuscation hinders them from identifying libraries and repackaged apps, detecting obfuscated names ... Since the obfuscation of repackaged apps makes it difficult to distinguish between library and app code, we present approaches for library detection, separation of app code, and mapping of library code ... "CodeMatch: Obfuscation Won't Conceal Your Repackaged App". In Proceedings of the 2017 11th Joint Meeting on Foundations of Software Engineering, pages 638-648. ACM, 2017. ...doi:10.25534/tuprints-00014647 fatcat:mxmnxhtcircypga3rzu7b5mmxe
Codematch: Obfuscation won't conceal your repackaged app. In Proceedings of the 2017 11 th Joint Meeting on Foundations of Software Engineering, ESEC/FSE 2017, pages 638-648, New York, NY, USA, 2017. ... Hidden in plain sight: Obfuscated strings threatening your privacy. ...doi:10.26083/tuprints-00019286 fatcat:xlw3luhytrgajoo525ianpedwe