Mariano `emdel` Graziano is currently a Ph.D. student under the supervision of Davide Balzarotti
at the Software and Systems Security group of
Eurecom in Sophia-Antipolis (France).
He earned a Master of Science in Computer and Communication Networks
from Politecnico di Torino (Italy).
Mariano is the "virtual" guy of the group. He spends his days in the office trying to understand all the secrets of Xen, KVM and other hypervisors (bhyve). In parallel he tries to protect the world by developing new automated techniques to analyze malware and to defeat the chaos in the physical memory dumps. When he is stuck in his research, he feeds his brain with CTF challenges with the nops team as well as messing around on IRC.
From July to December 2014 I was an intern at Cisco in the Talos Security Intelligence and Research Group in Columbia, MD.
Needles in a Haystack: Mining Information from Public Dynamic Analysis Sandboxes for Malware Intelligence24th USENIX Security Symposium (Usenix Security), Washington DC, August 2015 (acceptance rate: 15.7%)
Through the Looking-Glass, and What Eve Found There8th USENIX Workshop on Offensive Technologies (WOOT), San Diego, California, August 2014
Hypervisor Memory Forensics16th International Symposium on Research in Attacks, Intrusions and Defenses (RAID), St. Lucia, October 2013 (acceptance rate: 22.9%)
Through the Looking-Glass, and What Eve Found ThereDEF CON 22, Las Vegas (USA), August 2014
Under the Hood: How Actaeon Unveils Your HypervisorHack In The Box, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), October 2013
Hypervisor Memory ForensicsSANS DFIR EU Summit, Prague (Czech Republic), October 2013