Geoffrey Alexander

Office: 3520 Farris Engineering Center
Contact: alexandg <at> cs.unm.edu
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Research

My research focuses on using network side channels to perform off-path measurements, the use of Dynamic Information Flow Tracking, also known as Dynamic Taint Analysis, to better detect software vulnerabilities and speed up reverse engineering efforts, and malware campaigns targeting civil society groups. I'm advised by Jed Crandall.

I spent most of 2017 as an OTF Senior Research Fellow, hosted by the Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto.


Publications