SBSEG promoted a tools exhibition event during the event. Marcus Botacin, representing SECRET, presented RevEngE, the Reverse Engineering Engine. RevEngE is a prototype of a malware decompilator aimed to assist analysts to debug malware executions. You can find all details on github.


Marcus Botacin, a SECRET member, present his research about malware variants identification in practice. The research was awarded by the program committee during the event. Check all details on github.


SBSEG proceeded with a great presentation of Fabricio Ceschin, a SECRET member, about the use of machine learning techniques for security purposes. Fabricio discussed common challenges and pitfalls when designing ML experiments. Check all details on github.


Last week was full of SECRETs. We have been participating of the XIX Brazilian Symposium of Information and Systems Security (SBSEG), where our members presented multiple research work. The event started with a presentation of Lucas Galante, talking about the use of machine learning for malware detection. This work discussed Read more…

Short courses @ SBSEG’19

SECRET is proud to announce that SBSEG’19 accepted our two short courses proposals. In the first course, “Aprendizado de Máquina para Segurança: Algoritmos e Aplicações“, Fabrício Ceschin will present the major challenges and pitfalls of developing ML classifiers for security purposes. In the second course, “Introdução à Engenharia Reversa de Read more…