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Author: Sergey Bratus

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TR2004-493: The Kerf toolkit for intrusion analysis
TR2006-584: Tools and algorithms to advance interactive intrusion analysis via Machine Learning and Information Retrieval
TR2007-591: Dumbots: Unexpected Botnets through Networked Embedded Devices
TR2008-610: Active Behavioral Fingerprinting of Wireless Devices
TR2008-634: LZfuzz: a fast compression-based fuzzer for poorly documented protocols
TR2009-653: Distributed Monitoring of Conditional Entropy for Network Anomaly Detection
TR2009-657: Katana: A Hot Patching Framework for ELF Executables
TR2010-661: On the Reliability of Wireless Fingerprinting using Clock Skews
TR2011-680: Exploiting the Hard-Working DWARF: Trojans with no Native Executable Code
TR2011-701: Beyond SELinux: the Case for Behavior-Based Policy and Trust Languages
TR2011-709: Security Applications of Formal Language Theory
TR2013-727: ELFbac: Using the Loader Format for Intent-Level Semantics and Fine-Grained Protection
TR2014-746: Fingerprinting IEEE 802.15.4 Devices with Commodity Radios
TR2014-749: Speaking the Local Dialect: Exploiting differences between IEEE 802.15.4 Receivers with Commodity Radios for fingerprinting, targeted attacks, and WIDS evasion

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