Yury Zhauniarovich

"If you worried about falling off the bike, you'd never get on."
©Lance Armstrong

Recent News

Our Paper Accepted to ACM CODASPY 2020

Our paper “Dissecting Android Cryptocurrency Miners” is accepted to ACM CODASPY 2020.

Demo Paper is Accepted to ACM CCS '19

Our demo paper “SDN-based System to Filter Out DRDoS Amplification Traffic in ISP Networks” is accepted to ACM CCS ‘19.

Talk at the University of Luxembourg (25th June, 2019)

I will be giving a talk on Bitcoin donations to open-source projects at the University of Luxembourg on the 25th of June, 2019.

Recent Posts

Managing VS Code Extensions

The last several years Microsoft's Visual Studio Code (VS Code) is my favorite text editor. Thanks to the amazing “LaTeX Workshop” plugin, I started using it as a LaTeX editor to write my research papers, and eventually I moved most of my everyday routines there. Currently, I use it for Python and Rust (I've just started) development, web development. Even this post I write in this editor due to its great support of markdown language.

Reader Mode in Google Chrome

On June 4th, 2019, Google released Chrome 75. One of the advertised features of this version is “Reader Mode” that allows you to concentrate on the content of a website removing irrelevant content from a page. In this article, I explain how to start using this mode and what are the drawbacks.

Using PDFtk

When you are working with PDF documents, it is often required to merge them together, rotate some pages or select some of them, etc. This functionality is helpful when you care about the nature and want to avoid printing some pages. It is quite often when some authorities ask you to print a PDF document, sign just one page and send them back a scanned copy. In this situation, the PDFtk utility can be very useful.

Recent Publications

StaDART: Addressing the Problem of Dynamic Code Updates in the Security Analysis of Android Applications
Characterizing Bitcoin Donations to Open Source Software on GitHub