Sebastian Schrittwieser @WASP
On September 29th, Sebastian Schrittwieser was part of the First Workshop on Attacks and Software Protection (WASP) co-located with the ESORICS conference 2023 in Den Haag. He presented our research on modeling obfuscation stealth through code complexity in which we demonstrated how code complexity measures can be used to identify obfuscation techniques applied to binary code. In addition to his talk, Sebastian also contributed as a member of the workshop’s Program Committee, aiding in the selection and review of publications for the event. The workshop aimed to shed light on emerging trends and techniques in the field of software protection and reverse engineering.