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Daniel Jacob Bilar
Daniel Jacob Bilar
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Opcodes as predictor for malware.
D Bilar
Int. J. Electron. Secur. Digit. Forensics 1 (2), 156-168, 2007
3582007
Statistical structures: Fingerprinting malware for classification and analysis
D Bilar
Proceedings of Black Hat Federal 2006, 2006
322006
Quantitative risk analysis of computer networks
D Bilar
Dartmouth College, 2003
312003
Callgraph properties of executables
D Bilar
AI Communications 20 (4), 231-243, 2007
232007
Fingerprinting malicious code through statistical opcode analysis
D Bilar
ICGeS’07: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Global E-Security, 2007
152007
On callgraphs and generative mechanisms
D Bilar
Journal in Computer Virology 3 (4), 299-310, 2007
142007
On self-reproducing computer programs
D Bilar, E Filiol
Journal in computer virology 5 (1), 9-87, 2009
122009
Composition patterns of hacking
S Bratus, J Bangert, A Gabrovsky, A Shubina, D Bilar, ME Locasto
Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Cyber Patterns, 80-85, 2012
92012
Using a novel behavioral stimuli-response framework to defend against adversarial cyberspace participants
D Bilar, B Saltaformaggio
2011 3rd International Conference on Cyber Conflict, 1-16, 2011
82011
Adversarial dynamics: the conficker case study
D Bilar, G Cybenko, J Murphy
Moving Target Defense II, 41-71, 2013
72013
Degradation and subversion through subsystem attacks
D Bilar
IEEE Security & Privacy 8 (4), 70-73, 2010
62010
Machine Learning Applications in Grid Computing
G Cybenko, G Jiang, D Bilar
PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL ALLERTON CONFERENCE ON COMMUNICATION CONTROL AND …, 1999
51999
Noisy defenses: Subverting malware's OODA loop
D Bilar
Proceedings of the 4th annual workshop on Cyber security and information …, 2008
42008
‘Weird machine’patterns
S Bratus, J Bangert, A Gabrovsky, A Shubina, ME Locasto, D Bilar
Cyberpatterns, 157-171, 2014
32014
Statistical Structures: Tolerant fingerprinting for classification and analysis
D Bilar
Proc. of the Black Hat USA, 2006
32006
Editors/translators foreword
D Bilar, E Filiol
Journal in Computer Virology 5 (1), 1-3, 2009
22009
Known Knowns, Known Unknowns, and Unknown Unknowns: Anti-Virus Issues, Malicious Software and Internet Attacks for Non-Technical Audiences
D Bilar
Digital Evidence & Elec. Signature L. Rev. 6, 123, 2009
22009
Scale free distribution: Pareto and Zipf
D Bilar
CS 249B: Science of Network, Wellesley College, 2008
22008
Introduction to state-of-the-art intrusion detection technologies
D Bilar, D Burroughs
Enabling Technologies for Law Enforcement and Security 4232, 123-133, 2001
22001
To see the world in a grain of sand
D Bilar
Computing in Science & Engineering 2 (02), 104-105, 2000
22000
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