Redesigning a Tool for Secure Android Coding with Accessibility

This paper describes our work to redesign and implement new features to the Secure Android Coding Helper (SACH) that provides accessibility to as many disabled people as possible. SACH is a scanning tool developed to scan the source code of a vulnerable Android application for non-compliance of CERT Android Secure Coding Rules. New features were implemented to make the SACH tool accessible without keyboard or without a mouse and compatible with screen reader programs such as JAWS on Windows and VoiceOver on Mac.

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