Yeganeh Safaei

PhD Student at Arizona State University

I am a security researcher and a PhD student under the supervision of Dr. Adam Doupé at ASU. I am a member of Laboratory of Secure Engineering for Future Computing (SEFCOM) directed by Dr. Gail-Joon Ahn and Dr. Doupé.

Research

My research focuses on mobile security, specifically I analyze apps within the Android ecosystem to identify security vulnerabilities. To accomplish this, I perform static analysis on real world apps to gather statistics and find vulnerable apps.

Publications

Target Fragmentation in Android Apps. MoST 2016 (pdf) (bibTex)

Patrick Mutchler, Yeganeh Safaei, Adam Doupé, John Mitchell

IEEE Computer Society Security and Privacy Workshops on Mobile Security Technologies (MoST), May 2016

Inside a Phisher's Mind: Understanding the Anti-Phishing Ecosystem Through Phishing Kit Analysis. eCrime 2018 (pdf) (bibTex)

Adam Oest, Yeganeh Safaei, Adam Doupé, Gail-Joon Ahn, Brad Wardman, Gary Warner

APWG Symposium on Electronic Crime Research (eCrime), May 2018

Education

Currently studying PhD in Computer Science at Arizona State University, 2015-present.

MSc in Computer Science from University of Manchester (formerly UMIST), 2002-2004.

BSc in Pure Mathematics from Tehran Polytechnic, 1996-2000.

Contact

ysafaeis@asu.edu