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Get all these features and obliterate the competition when you download PUBG MOBILE on PC with BlueStacks. BlueStacks requires a PC or Mac with at least 4 GB of RAM. Now supports simultaneous 32- and 64-bit apps.


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Players who want to access the new content should download the latest PUBG Mobile patch update via the Play Store or the App Store. Android users can also download the latest version from PUBG Mobile's official website by installing the APK file.


The website displays only one download link in certain regions, but there can also be two other links. Here are the three types of download links for PUBG Mobile 2.4 APK, which you can find on the official website across different servers or regions:


To play PUBG Mobile on Bluestacks, first, download the emulator from here. Once you have got the installation file, run that and install it on your PC. Open the emulator and sign in with your Google Account. There should be an option to search for apps on the top right. Search for PUBG Mobile and download the game. Once it is done, you can start playing on your PC.


A fairly new emulator for PUBG Mobile, LD Player is available for Windows. This one also offers custom settings for display resolution and resource allocation just like Bluestacks. We specifically found the easy to access Android shortcuts to be one of the best features of this emulator. It can run most of your recent and popular Android smartphone games directly on your PC and can take full advantage of your PC hardware. You can download LD Player from here. Once it is downloaded, install the emulator on your PC. Open the emulator and let it load all the resources. You should see a bunch of apps pre-installed, including the Google Play Store. Open the Play Store, log in with your Google account and search for PUBG Mobile. You can then download the game just like you would do on your smartphone.


Use a USB flash drive to download third-party apps that are unavailable on the Smart TV. Find the correct APK file for the third-party streaming app or game online. Save it to a USB and then to your smart TV.


You can purchase a streaming device to use additional apps for convenience. If you are not looking to invest in an additional device, you can download apps through your TV browser and USB or access apps via Airplay or screen mirroring.


Most likely, the classes-v1.bin file gets decrypted and loaded in one of the static initialization blocks, so that Android can then find the com.tencent.mobileqq.MainActivity and call its onCreate method.


However, a hash value match does not necessarily guarantee that the downloaded resources have not been tampered by attackers. This is because if the provided hash value is transmitted via a plaintext protocol, with the aid of MITM attacks, attackers can bypass the validation checks by simply changing the hash value. Furthermore, and most importantly, developers often forget or do not recognize the importance of validation checks for downloaded resources [6]. For example, as discussed in Section 2, if a self-updating app does not verify the downloaded resource during the self-update procedure, attackers can successfully carry out a remote code injection attack by simply modifying the update information or by replacing the resources being downloaded.


Unsafe ZIP Extraction. Android apps often implement ZIP archives to efficiently download or upload resource files from/to their external servers over the network. However, as shown by Watson [7] and Welton [8], if developers do not consider the security implications of unsafe ZIP extractions [16], arbitrary overwriting vulnerabilities that allow attackers to overwrite the existing files with their injected payloads may be present.


Unsafe Content-Disposition Implementation. Modern web browsers often utilize an HTTP header to forcefully download an external resource instead of rendering it on the browser. To forcefully download with the HTTP header, the server adds a Content-Disposition field that includes a filename parameter in the HTTP response header (line (3) in Listing 4) and, during the downloading of the external resource on the client side, the browser retrieves a filename from the HTTP response header and stores the downloaded resource with the provided filename.


To successfully carry out a remote code injection attack, the injected payload has to be executed in the context of the app when the app starts, or while it is running. Therefore, the attacker has to identify a code trigger point that loads the injected payload and executes it. A self-update is a good example of code containing a code trigger point, by which the payload is loaded and executed after downloading newly released code.


Once the program slicer has extracted slices, the interslice dependency analyzer identifies dependencies between the extracted slices. The goal of this analysis is to identify any dependencies between HTTP response and HTTP request. Figure 2 shows an example of how the interslice dependency analysis operates on request (requestA and requestB) and response (responseA and responseB) slices. In the figure, an app receives metadata (line (5) in requestA) and then parses it (line (2) in responseA) to obtain a resource download URL. Then, using the obtained URL, the app downloads and stores the resource (line (2) in requestB and line (3) in responseB, resp.). In this case, a dependency exists between responseA and requestB. To identify this, we leverage the taint-based approach proposed by Choi et al. [29, 30], in which the dependency is determined by identifying the data flow from the source (line (1) in responseA) to the sink (line (1) in requestB).


Table 3 shows the number of apps that satisfied CIII (trigger point). In the table, 188 (3.9%) of the 4,718 apps contain the runtime libraries, 631 (13.3%) contain secondary dex files, and 173 contain the Runtime.exec(). Among them, 39 () apps contain file overwrite vulnerabilities (i.e., meeting all conditions, CI CII CIII). Finally, after removing multiple trigger points, we consequently obtained 25 apps vulnerable to remote code injection attack in the Google Play dataset. Particularly, some of vulnerable apps that we found are extremely popular such as Opera browser, Pandora Radio (with more than 500,000,000 downloads), and CM Locker Repair Privacy Risks (with more than 100,000,000 downloads).


Third-Party Market (Tencent Myapp). Tables 4 and 5 show the results for the Tencent Myapp market dataset. We analyzed 2,967 apps (from 29 categories). As shown in Table 4, we found 82 apps (2.7%) that satisfied CI and CII, that is, containing no or bypassable validation checks and file overwrite vulnerabilities. More specifically, 72 apps (2.4%) contained unsafe ZIP extraction, and 10 (0.3%) contained unsafe Content-Disposition implementation. This rate is almost twice that of the Google Play marketplace. After ruling out dynamic URLs, we identified 45 flagged vulnerable apps, 43 of which contained unsafe ZIP extraction and the remaining two containing unsafe Content-Disposition implementation. In addition, Table 5 shows the number of trigger points in the dataset. In the third-party dataset, 1,828 apps (61.6%) contain runtime libraries, which is much more than the Google Play dataset. Other rates of trigger point were 440 (14.8%) for multidex and 368 (12.4%) for the Runtime.exec(). The number of apps with trigger point, no or bypassable validation checks, and file overwrite vulnerability simultaneously present was 20 for runtime library, 6 for Multidex, and 12 for Runtime.exec(). After removing multiple trigger points, we found 28 vulnerable apps, including extremely popular apps such as com.tencent.qqlive (1,200,000,000 downloads), com.baidu.BaiduMap (770,000,000 downloads), cn.kuwo.player (470,000,000 downloads), cn.eclicks.wzsearch (111,000,000 downloads), and com.og.danjiddz (32,370,000 downloads).


In addition, recently, the CERT Division ( ) updated its secure coding standards to show how to prevent arbitrary overwriting vulnerabilities using unsafe ZipInputStream. In the CERT Oracle Coding Standard for Java [16], with the compliant code example, the standard shows that directory traversal or path equivalence vulnerabilities can be eliminated by canonicalizing the path name and then validating the location before extraction. To prevent remote code injection attacks, developers should comply with this coding style when they need to implement ZIP archive downloads from external servers. Note that filename sanitization eliminates CII.


Secure Code Execution. If app developers can employ secure APIs (such as SecureDexClassLoader [4]), which load and execute the downloaded executables in a secure manner, attackers would not be able to execute any arbitrary code within the context of an app even when successfully injecting their payload. During secure code execution, the involved API retrieves the certificate of the developer that signed and published the given code and verifies the downloaded code, which is cryptographically signed, using the retrieved certificate. Naturally, to implement such secure APIs, all possible trigger points described in Section 4.3 should be considered. Note that secure code execution eliminates CIII.


The goal of the program slicer is to output all statements that affect network operations and to identify dependencies between slices for further analysis. After the ICFG is reconstructed, the program slicer analyzes all of the converted Jimple statements to extract the set of Jimple statements that keep the interesting program behaviors (i.e., network behaviors), such as downloading external resources. Given a variable in program , the output of the program slicing component consists of all statements in that possibly affect the value of . In other words, this implies that the program slicer identifies data dependencies between the value of and the statement that would exist when executing the app. 041b061a72


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