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This dataset contains information about the domains contacted by Android applications under real-users stimuli. The documentation contains a detailled schema of the data and how to access it.
This dataset contains metadata of applications found pre-installed on Android devices, along with the build fingerprint of the device and details about the certificate used to sign the application.
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If You create a publication (including web pages, papers published by a third party, and publicly available presentations) using data from the Lumen dataset, You should cite the following paper as follows:
Razaghpanah, A., Vallina-Rodriguez, N., Sundaresan, S., Kreibich, C., Gill, P., Allman, M., & Paxson, V. (2015).
Haystack: In situ mobile traffic analysis in user space.
arXiv preprint arXiv:1510.01419, 1-13.
If You create a publication (including web pages, papers published by a third party, and publicly available presentations) using data from the pre-installed applications dataset, You should cite the following paper as follows:
Gamba, J., Rashed, M., Razaghpanah, A., Tapiador, J., & Vallina-Rodriguez, N. (2020).
An Analysis of Pre-installed Android Software.
In the 41st IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (SP).
We encourage You to provide the Android Observatory with a copy of (or a link to) the publication. We use this information in reports to our funding agencies.
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