T1408 Disguise Root/Jailbreak Indicators
An adversary could use knowledge of the techniques used by security software to evade detection12. For example, some mobile security products perform compromised device detection by searching for particular artifacts such as an installed “su” binary, but that check could be evaded by naming the binary something else. Similarly, polymorphic code techniques could be used to evade signature-based detection3.
|Created||25 October 2017|
|Last Modified||03 February 2019|
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Vincent Tan. (2016, August). BAD FOR ENTERPRISE: ATTACKING BYOD ENTERPRISE MOBILE SECURITY SOLUTIONS. Retrieved February 4, 2017. ↩
Vaibhav Rastogi, Yan Chen, and Xuxian Jiang. (2013, May). DroidChameleon: Evaluating Android Anti-malware against Transformation Attacks. Retrieved December 9, 2016. ↩