Bahruz Jabiyev


Cybersecurity PhD candidate at Northeastern University


Khoury College of Computer Sciences


Northeastern University



Posts


Sep 8, 2022


Biological Inspiration


Couple of weeks ago, I presented a paper in USENIX Security conference. The paper was about HTTP/2-to-HTTP/1 conversion anomalies and their security implications. When we started the project, the idea was to fuzz and confuse HTTP/2 reverse proxies, in ...


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Oct 21, 2021


Neutrophils


About Neutrophils The neutrophil is also a phagocytic (eating) cell like the macrophage (as we discussed in the previous blog post). While macrophages reside in the tissues exposed to the outer world, neutrophils can go anywhere they are needed. They...


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Oct 16, 2021


Macrophages


Summary: The macrophage is a cell of immune system and its ability to fight invaders can inspire us to build more effective defense techniques. About Macrophages Phagocytes comprise another important part of the innate immune system. These cells...


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Sep 29, 2021


Building Membrane Attack Complex


Summary: Our immune system builds attack complexes against bacteria, viruses and parasites. How they are put into place and the mechanisms used along the way might offer lessons to the cybersecurity area. Innate Immune System The innate immune s...


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