SECRET visits University of Waikato

Last month SECRET started a collaboration with researchers from the University of Waikato, located in Hamilton, New Zealand. The University of Waikato is famous for developing open-source machine learning frameworks, such as Weka, MOA, and scikit-multiflow. The main objective of this collaboration is to develop novel machine learning solutions that Read more…


Here we are again! This time our principal investigator, Andre Grégio, attended the ENIGMA 2020 conference, which took place at San Francisco, CA, USA. This was our second time at the conference, last year two of our PhD students were awarded (diversity grant). The goal of ENIGMA is to clearly Read more…

RevEngE is a dish served cold!

Marcus’ RevEngE against malware! This week SECRET arrived in Vienna to participate of the Reversing and Offensive-oriented Trends Symposium 2019 (ROOTS). Marcus discussed challenges and pitfalls of decompiling malicious samples and presented RevEnge, the Reverse Engineering Engine. RevEngE is a Proof-of-Concept (PoC) tool to the debug-oriented decompilation approached that we Read more…


Brazil hosted the 4th BRICS Young Scientist Forum, which main themes were cybersecurity and bioeconomy and took place in Rio de Janeiro from November 6th to November 8th, 2019. André Grégio attended the event and was able to share our SECRETs with the community, presenting some of our ongoing works!


Tamy Beppler, a SECRET researcher, has been presenting her research in the 2019 Information Security Conference. Tamy investigated the use of file textutres for malware families’ classification. Interested in taking a look on her results? Check this link.