I am Dave Jing Tian, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Purdue University working on system security. My research involves embedded systems, operating systems, and trusted computing. All opinions are my own.
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Tag Archives: Linux
I found this in “Understanding the Linux Kernel” (ULK). I believe I have seen a lot of analogies in computer science. But this one is “Simply the Best”. I am not going to put anything here except the original analogy … Continue reading
Linux Provenance kernel (2.6.32) and tools for CentOS and RedHat Enterprise Linux https://github.com/daveti/prov-kernel https://github.com/daveti/prov-tools Linux kernel crypto – DSA https://github.com/daveti/kdsa During the development on kernel 2.6.32, we found a bug in mpi-pow.c which failed DSA. The patch file has been included … Continue reading
Found this figure online. The title of this diagram may be biased as it is not the complete I/O stack but a concentration on block devices with a focus on SCSI layer. Some important missing stuffs, in my opinion, include … Continue reading
Our paper “Trustworthy Whole-System Provenance for the Linux Kernel” has been accepted by USENIX Security 2015. While details could be found in the paper (link below), I would like to talk about some background about LPM (a.k.a., Linux Provenance Module, … Continue reading
I have attended a security conference recently. To my surprise, a great portion of accepted papers use some kind of Machine Learning techniques to achieve certain security targets. While I am NOT going to criticize any of the papers, this … Continue reading