• July 2018, Two papers on new Android UI attacks and defenses accepted at CCS'18!
  • May 2018, I gave an invited talk at Google on the future of Android security.
  • May 2018, With the OOO team, we have hosted DEF CON CTF Quals 2018.
  • Jan. 2018, I will serve on a number of program committees, including ICDCS, DIMVA, USENIX's WOOT, ESSoS, EuroSec, and MALIoT.
  • Oct. 2017, Our paper on the (mis)use of the fingerprint Android API has been accepted to NDSS'18.
  • Sept. 2017, I joined EURECOM as Assistant Professor!
  • Aug. 2017, Our paper on account hijack vulnerabilities in mobile apps was accepted at ACSAC'17.
  • July 2017, I will serve on the program committee for the IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS 2018) security track.
  • May 2017, Cloak & Dagger hits the news!
  • May 2017, Cloak & Dagger wins Distinguished Practical Paper Award at IEEE S&P!
  • May 2017, Our Cloak & Dagger work goes public at cloak-and-dagger.org
  • May 2017, Our paper on the security of mobile bootloaders got accepted at USENIX Security!
  • Apr. 2017, Our Cloak & Dagger work on Android UI attacks was accepted at BH USA 2017!
  • Mar. 2017, I am extremely happy to announce that, starting from September 2017, I will join EURECOM as an Assistant Professor!
  • Feb. 2017, My paper "Cloak and Dagger: From Two Permissions to Complete Control of the UI Feedback Loop" got accepted at IEEE S&P 2017!
  • Oct. 2016, Our paper on the privacy and security of the ultrasound ecosystem got accepted at PETS'17!
  • Oct. 2016, Our works on Drammer and Ultrasound tracking are in the news!
  • Oct. 2016, Our paper on a new technique to perform privacy leak detection got accepted at NDSS'17!
  • Aug. 2016, Our work on ultrasonic cross-device tracking got accepted at Black Hat EU!
  • Aug. 2016, I am honored to serve on the USENIX Enigma'17 Program Committee!
  • July 2016, Our paper "Drammer: Deterministic Rowhammer Attacks on Mobile Platforms" was accepted at CCS'16!
  • Mar. 2016, My paper "CLAPP: Characterizing Loops in Android Applications" received the Best Paper Award at GSWC'16!
  • Feb. 2016, My paper "TriggerScope: Towards Detecting Logic Bombs in Android Apps" got accepted at IEEE S&P 2016!
  • Dec. 2015, The paper I contributed when working at Microsoft Research was accepted at ICSE'16!
  • Oct. 2015, Our paper on a large-scale study of how Android apps use native code has been accepted at NDSS'16!
  • Aug. 2015, Two of our papers on Android security got accepted at ACSAC'15!
  • May. 2015, I received the "2015 Outstanding Student Award" from the CS dept. at UCSB!
  • May. 2015, Our paper "CLAPP: Characterizing Loops in Android Applications" got accepted at FSE 2015!
  • Feb. 2015, Our paper "What the App is That? Deception and Countermeasures in the Android User Interface" got accepted at IEEE Security and Privacy 2015!
  • Nov. 2014, Our paper "EdgeMiner: Automatically Detecting Implicit Control Flow Transitions through the Android Framework" got accepted at NDSS'15!
  • May 2014, I'll give an invited talk at the upcoming Mobile Santa Barbara MeetUp. All details here
  • Feb. 2014, I'm excited to announce I'll join Microsoft Research for a summer internship!
  • Nov. 2013, Our paper on Remote Code Execution on Android got accepted at NDSS 2014!
  • Oct. 2013, ShellNoob will be included in the next Kali Linux release!
  • July 2013, Our paper entitled "An Empirical Study of Cryptographic Misuse in Android Applications" got accepted at ACM CCS 2013!
  • June 2013, ShellNoob got accepted at Black Hat Arsenal!
  • Apr. 2013, First blog post: ShellNoob - a shellcode writing toolkit

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