Working at the intersection of computer security and program analysis, our lab is actively developing systems and techniques for assuring software security. Our research interests include automatic reverse engineering, exploit verification, malware analysis, fuzzing, and symbolic execution. We use the following approaches:

  1. We analyze programs to find vulnerabilities.
  2. We study offensive hacking techniques in order to develop defensive mechanisms.
  3. We engineer software systems that are secure and reliable.

News

  • A paper accepted at ASE 2021.
  • A paper accepted at Oakland 2021.
  • A paper accepted at Computer & Security.

People

Sang Kil Cha
Professor
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Ph.D. Students

Jaeseung Choi
Ph.D. Student
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Soomin Kim
Ph.D. Student
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Hyungseok Kim
Ph.D. Student

Master Students

Daejin Lee
Master Student
MyeongGeun Shin
Master Student
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Junoh Lee
Master Student
Minyeop Choi
Master Student

Alumni

- Choongwoo Han, Master, now at Microsoft.
- Hobin Kim, Master, now at National Security Research Institute, Korea.
- Jihoon Kim, Master, now at Naver.
- Jihyeon Yoon, Master, now at Kakao Enterprise.
- Jae You Park, Master, now at LG Electronics.
- Mun Beom Kim, Master, now at the Korean Army.
- SeongIl Wi, Master, now at KAIST as a Ph.D. student.
- Markus Faerevaag, Master, now at Deloitte.
- Jiwon Choi, Master, now at National Security Research Institute, Korea.
- Minkyu Jung, Master, now at KAIST as a Ph.D.student.
- HyungSeok Han, Master, now at Theori.
- DongHyeon Oh, Master, now at National Security Research Institute, Korea
- Hongsik Kim, Master, now at National Security Research Institute, Korea
- Doyeon Kim, Master, now at Line Plus, Korea
- Dohyeok Kim, Master, now at National Security Research Institute, Korea
- Kangsu Kim, Master, now at National Security Research Institute, Korea

Publications

You may access a complete list of publications on DBLP: [link], Google Scholar: [link].

Contact

KAIST N5 #2310
291 Daehak-ro, Yuseong-gu
Daejeon 34141
South Korea