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May 14

Meta-decompilation

“Java Decompiler Diversity and its Application to Meta-decompilation“, by Nicolas Harrand, César Soto Velero, Martin Monperrus, Benoit Baudry has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Systems and Software

Apr 10

Browser fingerprinting in TWEB

“Browser Fingerprinting: A Survey“, Pierre Laperdrix, Nataliia Bielova, Benoit Baudry, Gildas Avoine has appeared in the April 2020 issue of ACM Transactions on the Web.

Apr 10

Software art at DIS’20

The software art installation ‘re|Traces of Search’, by the rethread collective, has been selected for the DIS2020 Performance and Design Exhibition.

Mar 12

FPRandom in the Brave browser

We’re very happy that the Brave team decided to implement FPRandom and our ideas about canvas rendering randomization, in order to mitigate browser fingerprinting in the Brave browser. Read more

Nov 25

DSpot in the CI

“An Approach and Benchmark to Detect Behavioral Changesof Commits in Continuous Integration” (B. Danglot, M. Monperrus, W. Rudametkin, B. Baudry) had been accepted for publication in the Journal for Empirical Software Engineering.

Nov 24

ChaosMachine in IEEE TSE

A Chaos Engineering System for Live Analysis and Falsification of Exception-handling in the JVM, by L. Zhang, B. Morin, P. Haller, B. Baudry, M. Monperrus has been accepted for publications in the IEEE Transactions of Software Engineering

Aug 27

Software Test Amplification

The landscape of this new research field that we explore in the STAMP project is now accepted for publication in the Journal of Systems and Software: A Snowballing Literature Study on Test Amplification (Benjamin Danglot, Oscar Vera-Perez, Zhongxing Yu, Andy Zaidman, Martin Monperrus, Benoit Baudry)

Jul 19

Java decompilers @ SCAM’19

Our work “The Strengths and Behavioral Quirks of Java Bytecode Decompilers” (Nicolas Harrand, César Soto-Valero, Martin Monperrus and Benoit Baudry) has been accepted for publication and will be presented in October 2019, at SCAM’19.

Jan 31

CNIL-INRIA award

Our paper Beauty and the Beast: Diverting modern web browsers to build unique browser fingerprints received the CNIL-INRIA award.

Dec 06

PhD opening in Software Technology for Hardening Open Source Libraries

I am pleased to announce the opening of a PHD position at KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Stockholm, Sweden), in the area of program analysis with applications to: • software testing • fuzzing • oracle assessment • test amplification • software security The position is supported by the Internet of DevOps project. Contact: Prof. Benoit …

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