David Lie

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Michelle’s paper on deobfuscating Android malware accepted to Usenix Security 2018 — Paper now posted!

Michelle Wong has been working on a finding a way to defeat a new kind of Android malware ...

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Prochlo paper to appear at SOSP 2017

A paper describing a project I worked on at Google will appear at SOSP 2017. It describes Prochlo a system ...

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OPC project report on Android Application Transparency posted

The report for our collaborative project with Lisa Austin on privacy in Android applications, funded by the Office of ...

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Wei’s work on Pearl-TEE to appear at SysTex 2018

Wei’s paper, Pearl-TEE: supporting untrusted applications in TrustZone will appear at SysTex 2018 in October at CCS.  Pearl-TEE is a TrustZone ...

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Congratulations to James on an accepted Oakland 2019 paper!

James‘s PhD work on “Using Safety Properties to Generate Vulnerability Patches” has been accepted for publication at the ...

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Great talk at the Oakland Security Conference James!

James gave a great talk on his paper Using Safety Properties to Generate Vulnerability Patches this past week ...

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Congratulations on Shawn on his accepted APSys Paper

Congrats to He (Shawn) Shuang on getting his paper “Using Inputs and Context to Verify User Intentions in ...

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Ivan’s on paper on “Ex-vivo dynamic analysis framework for Android device drivers” accepted to Oakland 2020!

A congratulations to Ivan on getting his paper accepted to Oakland Security 2020! The Preprint should be up ...

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Ivan gave a great talk at Oakland 2020!

Our talk and paper on EASIER (pdf) a method for fuzzing device drivers without any porting and without ...

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