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Research on Fast Pattern Matching for Network Security Applications

Related Publications

[1]  Extracting Instruction Semantics Via Symbolic Execution of Code Generators
Niranjan Hasabnis and R. Sekar
ACM SIGSOFT International Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering (FSE) November, 2016.
[2]  Lifting Assembly to Intermediate Representation: A Novel Approach Leveraging Compilers
Niranjan Hasabnis and R. Sekar
ACM Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems (ASPLOS) April, 2016.
[3]  Condition Factorization: A Technique for Building Fast and Compact Packet Matching Automata
Alok Tongaonkar and R. Sekar
IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security (IEEE TIFS) March, 2016.
[4]  Automatic Generation of Assembly to IR Translators Using Compilers
Niranjan Hasabnis and R. Sekar
Workshop on Architectural and Microarchitectural Support for Binary Translation (AMAS-BT) February, 2015.
[5]  Efficient Techniques for Fast Packet Classification
Alok Tongaonkar
PhD Dissertation (Stony Brook University) August, 2009.
[6]  Fast Packet Classification using Condition Factorization
Alok Tongaonkar, R. Sekar and Sreenaath Vasudevan
Applied Cryptography and Network Security (ACNS) June, 2009.
[7]  Fast Packet Classification for Snort
Alok Tongaonkar, Sreenaath Vasudevan and R. Sekar
USENIX Large Installation System Administration Conference (LISA) November, 2008.
[8]  Inferring Higher Level Policies from Firewall Rules
Alok Tongaonkar, Niranjan Inamdar and R. Sekar
USENIX Large Installation System Administration Conference (LISA) November, 2007.
[9]  A High-Performance Network Intrusion Detection System
R. Sekar, Guang Yang, Shobhit Verma and Tushar Shanbhag
ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS) November, 1999.

Research Areas

Source-code analysis/transformation
Binary analysis/rewriting
Policy/Specification Languages
OS and Virtualization Techniques
Learning/anomaly detection
Formal methods/Foundations

Research Problems

Randomization/Memory Errors
Information flow analysis
Automated Exploit Defenses
Virtual Network Lab
Safe execution/attack recovery
Automated signature generation
Malware/Untrusted code defense
Intrusion/Anomaly detection
Fast packet matching
Policy generation tools

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