I will give a talk, entitled “Identifying Malicious Android Applications in the Presence of Adversaries: A Cat-and-Mouse Game”, at Boston Application Security Conference (BASC) organized by OWASP.
I will join Engin Kirda and his research group at Northeastern University as a Postdoctoral Research Associate.
Our paper, “AndrEnsemble: Leveraging API Ensembles to Characterize Android Malware Families”, has been accepted in ASIACCS’19.
I have passed my PhD viva with an Excellent qualification score.
A new version of TriFlow is available with great performance improvements.
The first version of AndrODet has been released in this repository.
I have been awarded a travel grant to attend the 21st Internation Symposium on Research in Attacks, Intrusions and Defenses (RAID 2018).
Our paper, “AndrODet: An Adaptive Android Obfuscation Detector”, has been accepted for publication in Future Generation Computer Systems.
Our chapter, “Dynamic Risk Assessment in IT Environments: A Decision Guide”, has been accepted for publication in “Preserving Information and Cyber Security in the Fourth Industrial Revolution”.
I am visiting Dr. Gianluca Stringhini in Information Security group at University College London (UCL).
A new version of TriFlow has been released in this repository.
The first and original version of TriFlow has just been released in this repository.
Our paper, “TriFlow: Triaging Android Applications using Speculative Information Flows”, has been accepted in ASIACCS’17.
Our paper, “Privacy Models in Wireless Sensor Networks: A Survey”, has been accepted for publication in Journal of Sensors.