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    PolicyVis: Firewall Security Policy Visualization and InspectionLISA '07Tung Tran, Ehab Al-Shaer, Raouf Boutaba
    The Biggest Game of Clue® You Have Ever PlayedLISA '07Don Scelza
    Deploying Nagios in a Large Enterprise EnvironmentLISA '07Carson Gaspar
    Inferring Higher Level Policies from Firewall RulesLISA '07Alok Tongaonkar, Niranjan Inamdar, R. Sekar
    Assisted Firewall Policy Repair Using Examples and HistoryLISA '07Robert Marmorstein, Phil Kearns
    Autonomic Administration: HAL 9000 Meets Gene RoddenberryLISA '07John Strassner
    Work-in-Progress Reports (WiPs) and Closing RemarksUSENIX Security '07
    On Attack Causality in Internet-Connected Cellular NetworksUSENIX Security '07Patrick McDaniel
    Proximity Breeds Danger: Emerging Threats in Metro-area Wireless NetworksUSENIX Security '07P. Akritidis, W.Y. Chin, V.T. Lam, S. Sidiroglou, K.G. Anagnostakis
    On Web Browsing Privacy in Anonymized NetFlowsUSENIX Security '07S.E. Coull, M.P. Collins, C.V. Wright, F. Monrose, M.K. Reiter
    Covering Computer Security in The New York TimesUSENIX Security '07John Schwartz
    Binary Obfuscation Using SignalsUSENIX Security '07Igor V. Popov, Saumya K. Debray, Gregory R. Andrews
    Active Hardware Metering for Intellectual Property Protection and SecurityUSENIX Security '07Yousra M. Alkabani, Farinaz Koushanfar
    Advanced RootkitsUSENIX Security '07Greg Hoglund
    Report of the California Voting Systems ReviewUSENIX Security '07David Wagner
    OSLO: Improving the Security of Trusted ComputingUSENIX Security '07Bernhard Kauer
    Secretly Monopolizing the CPU Without Superuser PrivilegesUSENIX Security '07Dan Tsafrir, Yoav Etsion, Dror G. Feitelson
    Memory Performance Attacks: Denial of Memory Service in Multi-Core SystemsUSENIX Security '07Thomas Moscibroda, Onur Mutlu
    Computer Security and VotingUSENIX Security '07David Dill
    PANELUSENIX Security '07Ron Buskey, John Larson, Simon Mizikovsky, Thomas La Porta, Patrick Traynor
    Mobile MalwareUSENIX Security '07Mikko Hypponen
    Integrity Checking in Cryptographic File Systems with Constant Trusted StorageUSENIX Security '07Alina Oprea, Michael K. Reiter
    Discoverer: Automatic Protocol Reverse Engineering from Network TracesUSENIX Security '07Weidong Cui, Jayanthkumar Kannan, Helen J. Wang
    Towards Automatic Discovery of Deviations in Binary Implementations with Applications to Error Detection and Fingerprint GenerationUSENIX Security '07David Brumley, Juan Caballero, Zhenkai Liang, James Newsome
    Computer Security in a Large EnterpriseUSENIX Security '07Jerry Brady