Bahruz Jabiyev


Cybersecurity PhD candidate at Northeastern University


Khoury College of Computer Sciences


Northeastern University



Bahruz Jabiyev


Cybersecurity PhD candidate at Northeastern University


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Bahruz Jabiyev


Cybersecurity PhD candidate at Northeastern University


Khoury College of Computer Sciences


Northeastern University




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I am a Cybersecurity PhD candidate at Northeastern University in Boston where I work with Engin Kirda. I am also part of NEU SecLab research group. My research has so far been on misinformation and lately network and web security. These days, I mostly research cyberattacks which target HTTP server chains.

For the list of my publications, check out here. Also, I love diving into the biology domain (usually immunology these days) to gain new perspectives on the research problems. You can find my blog posts on that topic here.

Updates

  • Jan 2023: The technique of our Frameshifter paper was nominated for "Top 10 web hacking techniques of 2022" by PortSwigger Research.

  • October 2022: My presentation at USENIX Security 2022 is now on Youtube.

  • July 2022: Our T-Reqs paper was invited to compete in NYU CSAW North America Applied Research Competition as one of 83 top-quality research papers in cybersecurity.

  • June 2022: Our paper on HTTP/2-to-HTTP/1 conversion anomalies was accepted for publication in USENIX Security 2022.

  • May 2022: I started my research internship at Google where I will work on differential fuzzing.

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