The Many Faces of Mobile Malware
The use of mobile devices has grown exponentially in the last decade with nearly 5.3 billion unique mobile phone users globally and more than 250 billion apps expected to be downloaded in 2022. Thus, it is hardly a surprise that mobile fraud attacks have been on the rise for years.
Using behavioral events offers a new way to uncover malware by looking at the way a session is conducted to infer whether it is a human being behind the activity or if there is indicators of manipulation. To illustrate this, several data points were analyzed to evaluate their efficacy in identifying malware on mobile devices.
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