|I am a professor and
holder of the Eppright Professorship in Engineering in the
Department of Computer Science & Engineering at Texas A&M
University. Before joining Texas A&M, I received my Ph.D. degree
in Computer Science from the College of Computing, Georgia Tech, in
2008. I am an IEEE Fellow and an ACM Distinguished Member. I'm
currently directing the SUCCESS
at TAMU. A short bio is available here.
- [June 2022] Patrick has successfully defended his PhD thesis
"THE SERVICE WORKER HIDING IN YOUR BROWSER: NOVEL ATTACKS AND
DEFENSES IN APPIFIED WEBSITES"! Congratulations!
- [May 2022] Our IoT malware analysis/detection paper won the Best
Paper Award at ASIACCS'22. Congratulations to all
- [May 2022] SWAPP paper (programmable web security) is accepted
to USENIX Security'22! Source code is released here
. Congratulations, Patrick & Jianwei!
- [Feb. 2022] IoT malware analysis/detection paper is accepted
to ASIACCS'22. Congratulations, Hongda!
- [July 2021] Software-defined vehicle security papers accepted
to USENIX Security'22! Congratulations Lei, Le & Xiapu!
- [June 2021] Yangyong has successfully defended his PhD thesis
titled "Understanding and Securing Voice Assistant
Applications"! Big congratulations!
- [June 2021] Two papers (one on web security and one on voice
service security) are accepted to RAID'21. Congratulations,
Patrick & Yangyong!
- [Feb. 2021] Happer is accepted to S&P'21. Congratulations,
Lei & Xiapu!
- [Jan. 2021] Hidden Property Abusing (HPA) paper is accepted to
USENIX Security'21! We discovered a new type of security issue
in Node.js ecosystem and developed a new detection and
verification tool (released here).
Congratulations, Feng & Jianwei!