ACM Workshop on Rapid Malcode (WORM 2004)
October 29, 2004
George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, USA
Call for Papers
From AntiVirus to AntiWorm: A New Strategy for A New Threat Landscape
Carey Nachenberg (Symantec Research Labs).
A Study of Mass-mailing Worms
Cynthia Wong, Stan Bielski, Jonathan M. McCune, and Chenxi Wang (Carnegie Mellon University).
ACT: Attachment Chain Tracing Scheme for Email Virus Detection and Control
Jintao Xiong (Universidad del Turabo).
Review and Analysis of Synthetic Diversity for Breaking Monocultures
James Just and Mark Cornwell (Global InfoTek).
The Top Speed of Flash Worms
Stuart Staniford, David Moore, Vern Paxson and Nick Weaver (Nevis Networks, CAIDA/UCSD, ICSI).
A Behavioral Approach to Worm Detection
Dan Ellis, Jack Aiken, Kira Attwood and Scott Tenaglia (MITRE).
Some anti-worm efforts at Microsoft
Helen Wang (Microsoft Research).
Toward Understanding Distributed Blackhole Placement
Evan Cooke, Michael Bailey, Z. Morley Mao, David Watson, Farnam Jahanian and Danny McPherson (University of Michigan, Arbor Networks).
Preliminary Results Using Scale-Down to Explore Worm Dynamics
Nicholas Weaver, Ihab Hamadeh, George Kesidis, and Vern Paxson (ICSI and Pennsylvania State University).
Minos: A Tool for Capturing and Analyzing Novel Worms for Unknown Vulnerabilities
Jedidiah R. Crandall, Frederic T. Chong, Zhendong Su, S. Felix Wu (UC Davis).
A Hybrid Quarantine Defense
Phillip Porras, Linda Briesemeister, Keith Skinner, Karl Levitt, Jeff Rowe and Allen Ting (SRI International, UC Davis).
WORM vs. WORM: Preliminary Study of an Active Counter-Attack Mechanism
Frank Castaneda, Emre Can Sezer and Jun Xuy (IBM, North Carolina State University).