Sergey Bratus

Research Associate Professor

I am a Research Associate Professor at the Computer Science Department at Dartmouth College. I am interested in all aspects of Unix security, in particular in Linux kernel security, detection and reverse engineering of malware (primarly kernel mode, Linux and Windows), wireless networking, and visualizations of security-related information. In a word, I believe that state-of-the-art hacking is already a distinct discipline of computer science, even though not formally recognized as such; this is where my main interest is. 

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Computer Science
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Ph.D., Northeastern University

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