Security and Permissions
- Android security design principles
- Application signing
Android Security Design Principles
- No application, by default, has permission to perform any operations that would adversely impact other applications, the operating system, or the user.
- Reading or writing the user's private data (such as contacts or e-mails), Reading or writing another application's files, Performing network access, Keeping the device awake etc
- An application's process is a secure sandbox
- It can't disrupt other applications, except by explicitly declaring the permissions it needs for additional capabilities not provided by the basic sandbox.
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