Carter Yagemann

I'm a computer scientist and cybersecurity researcher. My interests include hacking, system design, and software engineering.

Publications


Carter Yagemann, Salmin Sultana, Li Chen and Wenke Lee. Barnum: Detecting Document Malware via Control Flow Anomalies in Hardware Traces. To appear in the Proceedings of the 22nd Information Security Conference (ISC'19). New York City, USA. September 16-18, 2019.

Nilaksh Das, Siwei Li, Chanil Jeon, Jinho Jung, Shang-Tse Chen, Carter Yagemann, Evan Downing, Haekyu Park, Evan Yang, Li Chen, Michael Kounavis, Ravi Sahita, David Durham, Scott Buck, Polo Chau, Taesoo Kim and Wenke Lee. MLsploit: A Framework for Interactive Experimentation with Adversarial Machine Learning Research. To appear in the Proceedings of the 25th Conference On Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining. Anchorage, Alaska, USA. August 4-8, 2019.

Li Chen, Carter Yagemann and Evan Downing. To believe or not to believe: Validating explanation fidelity for dynamic malware analysis. Appeared in the Proceedings of the 2019 CVPR Workshop on Explainable AI. Long Beach, California, USA. June 16-20, 2019. [PDF]

Hong Hu, Chenxiong Qian, Carter Yagemann, Simon Pak Ho Chung, Bill Harris, Taesoo Kim and Wenke Lee. Enforcing Unique Code Target Property for Control-Flow Integrity. Appeared in the 25th ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS'18). Toronto, Canada. October 15-19, 2018. [PDF]

Carter Yagemann and Wenliang Du. Intentio Ex Machina: Android Intent Access Control via an Extensible Application Hook. Appeared in Proceedings of the 21st European Symposium on Research in Computer Security (ESORICS'16). Heraklion, Crete, Greece. September 26-30, 2016. [PDF]

Carter Yagemann. Intentio Ex Machina: Android Intent Access Control via an Extensible Application Hook. Master's thesis. May 15, 2016. [PDF]