Handles for Pentesting Modern Secure Coding: bypassing mobile security

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Abstract— Malware behavior was and still is a key solution, for top security appliances, to monitor algorithmic approaches when performing regular security tasks; scan, detection, cleaning and removal. And even for early actions; when building a security framework and securing all possible access points to all data sources. The first suspect in such scenario is the inner residents; appliances and system functions. Numerous are available at each operating system, and thus, the security is raised and set up frequently with all nowadays, yet, still we are able to identify black wholes and back doors, even with the high security approaches applied at different levels and layers. In this research we are presenting an inevitable security thread, we face frequently in different scenarios, that are the key definition for successful security trespass, which we secure with an ameliorated security shell skeleton. Though the sysinternals are doing sufficient services to help administrators accomplish security tasks; automating administration within large scale environments.
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