by Nikolay Elenkov
September 2014, 384 pp.
There are nearly a billion Android devices in use today, and every one is a potential security breach. Love it or hate it, the security of Android-based devices is of major concern to users and developers alike. In Android Security Internals, author Nikolay Elenkov delves into Android components and subsystems to give you a very deep and complete understanding of the security internals of Android devices. Elenkov’s coverage of security topics ranges from package and user management to the details of cryptographic providers and credential storage. Android Security Internals is destined to be one book that all security-minded Android developers will have to have on their bookshelves.
About the Author
Nikolay Elenkov has been working on enterprise security-related projects for the past 10 years. He became interested in Android shortly after the initial public release, and has been developing applications for it since version 1.5. His work has led to the discovery and correction of significant Android security flaws. For two years, he's written about Android security at his highly esteemed blog, nelenkov.blogspot.com.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Android's Security Model (AVAILABLE NOW)