Enable ASLR for lib/arm64-v8a/libapp.so to Mitigate Security Risk

During a recent security review, we identified that the lib/arm64-v8a/libapp.so file in the project does not have Address Space Layout Randomization (ASLR) enabled. This poses a potential security risk to the application.

ASLR is a technique that randomizes the memory addresses used by applications, making it more difficult for attackers to predict the location of specific functions or data. Without ASLR, the application is more susceptible to memory-related attacks, such as buffer overflows and return-oriented programming (ROP) attacks.


Please enable ASLR for the lib/arm64-v8a/libapp.so file during the build process to enhance the application’s security. Here are the recommended steps:

  1. Ensure that the compiler and linker support ASLR.
  2. Enable the relevant flags during the compilation and linking stages, such as using the -fPIE and -pie options.
  3. Recompile and test to ensure that functionality is not affected.

We look forward to your prompt response and resolution of this issue. Thank you for your cooperation and support!

Best regards,