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  1. Exploitability assessment of vulnerabilities is important for both defenders and attackers. The ultimate way to assess the exploitability is crafting a working exploit. However, it usually takes tremendous hou...

    Authors: Yan Wang, Wei Wu, Chao Zhang, Xinyu Xing, Xiaorui Gong and Wei Zou

    Citation: Cybersecurity 2019 2:12

    Content type: Research

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  2. Web crawlers have been misused for several malicious purposes such as downloading server data without permission from the website administrator. Moreover, armoured crawlers are evolving against new anti-crawle...

    Authors: Shengye Wan, Yue Li and Kun Sun

    Citation: Cybersecurity 2019 2:9

    Content type: Research

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  3. The interaction between gene loci, namely epistasis, is a widespread biological genetic phenomenon. In genome-wide association studies(GWAS), epistasis detection of complex diseases is a major challenge. Altho...

    Authors: Qingfeng Chen, Xu Zhang and Ruchang Zhang

    Citation: Cybersecurity 2019 2:7

    Content type: Research

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  4. A main challenge of attribute-based access control (ABAC) is the handling of missing information. Several studies have shown that the way standard ABAC mechanisms, e.g. based on XACML, handle missing informati...

    Authors: Charles Morisset, Tim A. C. Willemse and Nicola Zannone

    Citation: Cybersecurity 2019 2:6

    Content type: Research

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  5. The ever-increasing amount of major security incidents has led to an emerging interest in cooperative approaches to encounter cyber threats. To enable cooperation in detecting and preventing attacks it is an i...

    Authors: Fabian Böhm, Florian Menges and Günther Pernul

    Citation: Cybersecurity 2018 1:16

    Content type: Research

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  6. The popularity of cloud hosting services also brings in new security chal- lenges: it has been reported that these services are increasingly utilized by miscreants for their malicious online activities. Mitiga...

    Authors: Xiaojing Liao, Sumayah Alrwais, Kan Yuan, Luyi Xing, XiaoFeng Wang, Shuang Hao and Raheem Beyah

    Citation: Cybersecurity 2018 1:14

    Content type: Research

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  7. Fully data using only public information. So far, most FHE schemes are CPA secure. In PKC 2017, Canetti et al. extended the generic transformation of Boneh, Canetti, Halevi and Katz to turn any multi-key ident...

    Authors: Biao Wang, Xueqing Wang and Rui Xue

    Citation: Cybersecurity 2018 1:11

    Content type: Research

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  8. Malware detection has become mission sensitive as its threats spread from computer systems to Internet of things systems. Modern malware variants are generally equipped with sophisticated packers, which allow ...

    Authors: Jixin Zhang, Kehuan Zhang, Zheng Qin, Hui Yin and Qixin Wu

    Citation: Cybersecurity 2018 1:10

    Content type: Research

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  9. Adversarial examples revealed the weakness of machine learning techniques in terms of robustness, which moreover inspired adversaries to make use of the weakness to attack systems employing machine learning. E...

    Authors: Lu Sun, Mingtian Tan and Zhe Zhou

    Citation: Cybersecurity 2018 1:9

    Content type: Survey

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  10. Security vulnerability is one of the root causes of cyber-security threats. To discover vulnerabilities and fix them in advance, researchers have proposed several techniques, among which fuzzing is the most wi...

    Authors: Jun Li, Bodong Zhao and Chao Zhang

    Citation: Cybersecurity 2018 1:6

    Content type: Survey

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  11. It is fundamentally challenging to build a secure system atop the current computer architecture. The complexity in software, hardware and ASIC manufacture has reached beyond the capability of existing verifica...

    Authors: Dan Meng, Rui Hou, Gang Shi, Bibo Tu, Aimin Yu, Ziyuan Zhu, Xiaoqi Jia and Peng Liu

    Citation: Cybersecurity 2018 1:2

    Content type: Survey

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