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Polymorphic Malware Detection Using Sequence Classification Methods

Posted on May 22, 2016 at 6:32pm 0 Comments

A pdf version of this document created using latex can be downloaded by clicking here.


Polymorphic malware detection is challenging due to the continual mutations miscreants introduce to successive instances of a particular virus. Such changes are akin to mutations in biological sequences. Recently, high-throughput methods for gene sequence…


Finding Whales in Ocean Water: Edge Detection, Blob Processing, and RGB Channels in C#

Posted on January 11, 2016 at 9:00pm 0 Comments

A Visual Studio 2013 demo project including all of the code in this article can be downloaded using the links in the resources section below.

I was recently tasked with trying to isolate whales within an image of ocean water using C#.  While building machine learning models, the question was raised: “Does ocean water add noise in a model to detect a specific whale while it is swimming in the ocean?”  This was the primary…


Mining Web Pages in Parallel

Posted on March 18, 2015 at 7:00pm 1 Comment

A Visual Studio 2013 demo project including the WebpageDownloader and LinkCrawler can be downloaded here.


The US digital universe currently doubles in size approximately every three years [1].  In fact, Hewlett Packard estimates that by the end of this decade, the digital universe will be measured in ‘Brontobytes’, which…


Mass Compromise of IIS Shared Web Hosting for Blackhat SEO: A Case Study

Posted on March 9, 2015 at 9:30pm 0 Comments

Jake Drew, Marie Vasek, and Tyler Moore

Computer Science and Engineering Department Southern Methodist University Dallas, TX, USA

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