Multi-Platform SECRETs

Security is a cross-disciplinary field and its concepts should be applied to multiple contexts. SECRET research is focused on systems security and covers the following platforms: Android Malware (Check an example Here) Linux Malware (Check an example Here) Windows Malware (Check an example Here)

Teaching SECRETs

A significant part of SECRET activities is to teach security fundamentals for undergraduate and graduate students. Check our some of SECRET courses. Introduction to Security Concepts (Check Here) Binary Monitoring Fundamentals (Check Here) Binary Exploitation (Check Here) Reverse Engineering Introduction (Check Here) Hardware-Assisted System Monitoring (Check Here)

Programming SECRET kernels

Most part of SECRET research is dedicated to malware analysis and hardware-assisted security, tasks which heavily rely on kernel drivers, either by their privileged monitoring capabilities or by their hardware-software interface, so SECRET researchers are often programming kernel drivers. SECRET researchers have experience programming Windows x64 drivers. Check a basic Read more…

Malware Analysis @ SECRET

Malware is the main SECRET research line, thus SECRET researchers are often reverse engineering malware samples. A key SECRET principle is to strongly rely on in-house developed analysis tools. We here share a bit of the SECRET-developed tools. A daily task at SECRET is to perform binary static analysis to Read more…

Accessing SECRET papers

Academic papers are often published by specialized editorial companies, thus being available only for subscribers. Fortunately, authors have the right to archive their published papers in their own website. Therefore, if you want to access SECRET papers and you are not a publisher subscriber, click in the links button in Read more…