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Our Tool on IoT devices analysis gets accepted by Blackhat USA 2018 Arsenal

As IoT devices are more than ever present in our society, their security is becoming an increasingly important issue. Dynamic analysis has been proved the arsenal to many security applications (e.g., malware analysis, vulnerability discovery, backdoor analysis, etc.). While several dynamic analysis systems(Avatar, FEMU, Firmadyne, etc. ) have been proposed for IoT devices, they either rely on IoT hardware(Avatar), or lack user friendly interfaces for further extension. In this work, we present an extensible whole-system dynamic analysis framework for IoT devices. Specifically, on top of QEMU, we build a Pintool-like framework FirmPin, which provides Just-In-Time Virtual Machine Introspection and a plugin architecture with a simple-to-use event-driven programming interface. FirmPin provides the instrumentation at basic block level, system call level and memory access level for both user level and kernel level programs. Currently, FirmPin supports ARM and MIPS and can run customized kernel from Firmadyne project. This work has been accepted for Black Hat USA 2018 Arsenal taking place at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Welcome to contact us for more details.

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We get NSF SBIR Phase I award

Exciting news! We get NSF SBIR Phase I award to develop extensible and customizable binary code analytics engine for malware intelligence. That is a recognization of our expertise on binary analysis for cybersecurity. Welcome to contact us for more details.

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We get grant award from Office of Naval Research(ONR)

Exciting news! We get grant award from ONR to develop end-to-end late-stage binary customization system. That is a recognization of our expertise on binary analysis for cybersecurity. Welcome to contact us for more details.

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Our Office is Opened at ExCITE

We opened our office at ExCITE. ExCITE is a unique acceleration program created in collaboration between business leaders, the City and County of Riverside and the University of California Riverside. ExCITE is organized for the purpose of facilitating the successful acceleration of startup companies engaged in entrepreneurial research and development of advanced technologies with the intent to create high technology jobs in the county of Riverside.We opened our office at ExCITE. ExCITE is a unique acceleration program created in collaboration between business leaders, the City and County of Riverside and the University of California Riverside. ExCITE is organized for the purpose of facilitating the successful acceleration of startup companies engaged in entrepreneurial research and development of advanced technologies with the intent to create high technology jobs in the county of Riverside.

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