Designing Reliable and Efficient Networks and Network Devices
The discovery and analysis of vulnerabilities often feel like a race against time.
The recent disclosure of CVE-2023-4863 in “libwebp” had security teams worldwide working around the clock to identify all impacted products.
In our latest Medium article, Daniel Alfasi with Tal Shapira and Anat Bremler-Barr redefines the scope of the “libwebp” vulnerability.
We reveal previously unrecognized affected products using LLMs and knowledge graph representation learning.
Congratulations to Shani Stajnrod for the acceptance of her thesis work, titled “NRDelegationAttack: Complexity DDoS attack on DNS Recursive Resolvers,” at USENIX Security 2023!
Our paper “Localhost Detour from Public to Private Networks” won Best Paper CSCML 2023! Kudos to the graduate students Dor Israeli and Alon Neuhaus !
Our new paper, It’s Not Where You Are, It’s Where You Are Registered: IoT Location Impact on MUD
was accepted to Applied Networking Research Workshop 2023.