Απομακρυσμένη πρόσβαση στο Android μέσω ενός Δούρειου Ίππου: ασφάλεια και δοκιμές παρείσδυσης στο λειτουργικό σύστημα Android
Android remote access Trojan: security and penetration tests on Android operating system
In modern times, information and IT equipment are an asset for every organization and user that needs protection. The subject matter of this Master's Thesis concerns the Android applications and the Android operating system from the scope of security. First we make an introduction to the basic parts that make up an Android application, how Android applications communicate with each other, the Android operating system and its architecture. Thus, we introduce techniques by which the Android operating system ensures integrity, confidentiality and availability through its security valves, at the level of operating system and applications. Moreover, we make an introduction to the Metasploit Framework which is a key tool for the implementation of the practical part of the Postgraduate Thesis which is no other than the Android Rat application, and the way we have used it through Remote Procedure Calls which automates the whole process and allows us to operate the Metasploit Framework in a flexible way. Finally, the Android Rat application is presented, whose main function is to generate a malicious apk file and execute remote malicious commands in order to spy and steal on personal data in a stealthy way evading antivirus programs from each device as well as to analyze the individual tools it uses to achieve the above functionalities.