Published research

Title Author Year Type
Automatic bug finding for the blockchain Felipe Manzano 2017 Conference
Automatic bug finding for the blockchain Josselin Feist 2017 Conference
Manticore workshop at GreHack Yan Ivnitskiy 2017 Workshop
The joy of pwning Sophia D'Antoine 2017 Conference
The spirit of the 90's is still alive in Brooklyn Sophia D'Antoine 2017 Conference
The spirit of the 90's is still alive in Brooklyn Ryan Stortz 2017 Conference
Build It Break It Competition Andrew Ruef 2014 Conference
Be a Binary Rockstar Sophia D'Antoine 2017 Conference
Modern iOS Application Security Sophia D'Antoine 2016 Conference
Binary Constraint Solving for Automatic Exploit Generation Sophia D'Antoine 2016 Conference
USENIX Security panel discussion - Security Competitions Sophia D'Antoine 2016 Panel
Hardware Side Channels in Virtualized Environments Sophia D'Antoine 2015 Conference
Making A Scaleable Automated Hacking System Artem Dinaburg 2016 Conference
McSema - Static translation of x86 instructions to LLVM Artem Dinaburg 2014 Conference
AAAS panel discussion - Security in Mobile and Internet-of-Things Devices Nicholas DePetrillo 2017 Panel
Cyberdyne - Automatic bug-finding at scale Peter Goodman 2016 Conference
BSides Lisbon keynote - The Smart Fuzzer Revolution Dan Guido 2016 Conference
Modern iOS Application Security Dan Guido 2016 Conference
Countermeasure keynote Dan Guido 2014 Conference
RSA panel discussion - Where We Are, Where We Want to Be, and Challenges Dan Guido 2014 Panel
FTC panel discussion - Understanding Mobile Malware Dan Guido 2013 Panel
BruCON 0x05 keynote - EIP Revisited Dan Guido 2013 Conference
The Mobile Exploit Intelligence Project Dan Guido 2012 Conference
Cyber-Deception and Attribution in Capture-the-Flag Exercises Jay Little 2016 Paper
How to CTF - Getting and Using Other People’s Computers Jay Little 2014 Workshop
Cyber-Deception and Attribution in Capture-the-Flag Exercises Andrew Ruef 2016 Paper
Low Level Security Andrew Ruef 2014 Workshop
How to CTF - Getting and Using Other People’s Computers Andrew Ruef 2014 Workshop
Security, Your Business Andrew Ruef 2014 Conference
McSema - Static translation of x86 instructions to LLVM Andrew Ruef 2014 Conference
Analyzing the MD5 collision in Flame Alex Sotirov 2012 Conference
Swift Reversing Ryan Stortz 2016 Conference
The dream of a static and dynamic analysis shootout Ryan Stortz 2016 Conference
Symbolic execution for humans Mark Mossberg 2017 Conference