International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security
Advances in hardware manufacturing technology enable mobile phones to be equipped with various functional modules (e.g. touch screen, camera, accelerometer, GPS, etc.). The complexity of the mobile phones has led to that many mobile phone manufacturers have entered into projects where the Linux operating system is made as a base for their mobile platforms. In this paper, the authors present some potential vulnerabilities of ALP 2.4 originate in the Linux kernel and propose countermeasures against them. Their proposal to eliminate these vulnerabilities contributes secure mobile services on ALP 2.4 or subsequent LiMo.