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ERASER: Your Data Won’t Be Back IEEEEuropeanSymposiumS&P-2018 - London, United Kingdom
Game of Registrars: An Empirical Analysis of Post-Expiration Domain Name Takeovers usenixsecurity-2017 - vancouver,canada
Thou Shalt Not Depend on Me: Analysing the Use of Outdated JavaScript Libraries on the Web NDSS-2017 - california,usa
Tracing Information Flows Between Ad Exchanges Using Retargeted Ads USENIX-2016 - austin,usa
UNVEIL: A Large-Scale, Automated Approach to Detecting Ransomware USENIX-2016 - austin,usa
AUTOMATED DETECTION OF FIREFOX EXTENSION-REUSE VULNERABILITIES BlackHatAsia-2016 - marina bay,singapore
CrossFire: An Analysis of Firefox Extension-Reuse Vulnterabilities NDSS-2016 - california,usa
Access Control ACSAC-2015 - los angeles,usa
ZigZag: Automatically Hardening Web Applications Against Client-side Validation Vulnerabilities SecuritySymposium-2015 - washington,USA
Cutting the Gordian Knot: A Look Under the Hood of Ransomware Attacks, Dimva-2015 - Milan,Italy
On the Security and Engineering Implications of Finer-Grained Access Controls for Android Developers and Users, Dimva-2015 - Milan,Italy
TrueClick: Automatically Distinguishing Trick Banners from Genuine Download Links ACSAC-2014 - new orleans,usa
Why is CSP Failing? Trends and Challenges in CSP Adoption Raid-2014 - gottenburg,sweden
VirtualSwindle: An Automated Attack Against In-App Billing on Android asiaccs-2014 - kyoto,japan
Beehive: Large-Scale Log Analysis for Detecting Suspicious Activity in Enterprise Networks ACSAC-2013 - New Orleans, USA
PatchDroid: Scalable Third-Party Security Patches for Android Devices ACSAC-2013 - New Orleans, USA
Static Enforcement Of Web Application Integrity Through Strong Typing 18th USENIX Security Symposium-2009 - Montreal, Canada Security Web
Automating Mimicry Attacks Using Static Binary Analysis 14th USENIX Security Symposium-2005 - Baltimore, USA Security Analysis
Static Disassembly Of Obfuscated Binaries 13th USENIX Security Symposium-2004 - San Diego, USA Security