About

I am a PhD candidate at Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia. My research interests include malware detection and classification.

9 responses to “About

  1. Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilvio, siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilvio!!!!!
    Long time no see!!!
    Yeap, getting back to finishing your degree it was a wise move (you will see it in the long run).
    One small question… What is your email? You ask for offers via email, yet you do not disclose it!!!
    Good to be back on board🙂

  2. @thanasisk: Silvio reveal his e-mail which is silvio.cesare AT gmail DOT com

    @Silvio: Why are you stopped using computers? btw. I like your papers at VX heavens😉

  3. @Andrew: At the time of writing, our pal has forgotten to write his email addy on the page.

  4. @thanasisk: I thought about that after I drop this line, then sorry mate😉

  5. Hey, I just work here… :>

    I took a decent stab at putting together a coherent explanation of the full integral issue problem domain in that book Mark and I wrote. (Chapter 6) If you get a chance, I’d love if you’d double check my work against the standard and your mental models. I’d mail you a copy but I’m too lazy so you can prolly find a pdf or chm of it if you search real quick. (That chapter was a 50/50 effort between Mark and I, but I tackled the C standards back to English translation bit so mistakes there are mine.)

    And I wouldn’t worry about the 5 years, as you’re still way closer to the machine than your peers (myself included). Hell, it would take me at least a year to catch up to what you’d already sorted out on pthreads. Also, LP64/LLP64 is probably gonna make us all internet millionaires as soon as mallocing contiguous 2gigs becomes the rule and not the exception. ;>

    Now I’m gonna go read all your posts and learn some shit. :>

  6. Nice to see you Silvio! You were a great help for me , doing my VX stuff!😉 Keep up the good work!

  7. It’s good to see that you escaped from the deepness of Earth to blog and enlighten us.

  8. Hey man. Just found the blog, really enjoying reading it – particularly the bits on symbolic IOS execution (I’m doing some symbolic stuff with CVC3 at the moment, so it’s pretty relevant to me too).

    I just thought I’d say, ‘awesome’.

    (also, is there any chance of an RSS feed? It’d make it easier to keep up..)

  9. Hey, Silvo love the blog. Found your IOS studies when searching around particularly interesting and helpful!

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