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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Android's intent framework serves as the primary method for interprocess communication (IPC) among apps. The increased volume of intent IPC present in Android devices, coupled with intent's ability to implicitly nd valid receivers for IPC, bring about new security challenges. We propose Intentio Ex Machina (IEM), an access control solution for Android intent security. IEM separates the logic for performing access control from the point of interception by placing an interface in the Androiddoi:10.1007/978-3-319-45744-4_19 fatcat:wqcjc2ym7vadngb6dwh6353avq