μSE: Mutation-based Evaluation of Security-focused Static Analysis Tools for Android
This demo paper presents the technical details and usage scenarios of μSE: a mutation-based tool for evaluating security-focused static analysis tools for Android. Mutation testing is generally used by software practitioners to assess the robustness of a given test-suite. However, we leverage this technique to systematically evaluate static analysis tools and uncover and document soundness issues. μSE’s analysis has found 25 previously undocumented flaws in static data leak detection tools for Android. μSE offers four mutation schemes, namely Reachability, Complex-reachability, TaintSink, and ScopeSink, which determine the locations of seeded mutants. Furthermore, the user can extend μSE by customizing the API calls targeted by the mutation analysis. μSE is also practical, as it makes use of filtering techniques based on compilation and execution criteria that reduces the number of ineffective mutations.
Thu 27 MayDisplayed time zone: Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna change
18:45 - 19:15
3.2. Testing 1DEMO - Demonstrations at Demonstration Room
Chair(s): Francisco Servant Virginia Tech
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