DroidBench is an open test suite for evaluating the effectiveness of taint-analysis tools specifically for Android apps. The suite can be used to assess both static and dynamic taint analyses, but in particular it contains test cases for interesting static-analysis problems (field sensitivity, object sensitivity, tradeoffs in access-path lengths etc.) as well as for Android-specific challenges like correctly modeling an application’s lifecycle, adequately handling asynchronous callbacks and interacting with the UI.
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- Cui, Xingmin; Yu, Da; Chan, Patrick; Hui, Lucas C.K.; Yiu, S.M.; Qing, Sihan: Cochecker: detecting capability and sensitive data leaks from component chains in Android (2014)