Bernhard Amann, Robin Sommer, Matthias Vallentin, and Seth Hall. No Attack Necessary: The Surprising Dynamics of SSL Trust Relationships. Annual Computer Security Applications Confernce (ACSAC). December 2013. (to appear)
Devdatta Akhawe, Bernhard Amann, Matthias Vallentin, and Robin Sommer. Here’s My Cert, So Trust Me, Maybe? Understanding TLS Errors on the Web. 22nd International Word Wide Web Conference (WWW). May 2013.
Gregor Maier, Anja Feldmann, Vern Paxson, Robin Sommer, and Matthias Vallentin. An Assessment Of Overt Malicious Activity Manifest In Residential Networks. Conference on Detection of Intrusions and Malware and Vulnerability Assessment (DIMVA). July 2011.
Yahel Ben-David, Shaddi Hasan, Joyojeet Pal, Matthias Vallentin, Saurabh Panjwani, Philipp Gutheim, Jay Chen, and Eric Brewer. Computing Security in the Developing World: A Case for Multidisciplinary Research. 5th ACM Workshop on Networked Systems for Developing Regions (NSDR). June 2011.
Yahel Ben-David, Matthias Vallentin, Seth Fowler, and Eric Brewer. JaldiMAC - Taking the Distance Further. 4th ACM Workshop on Networked Systems for Developing Regions (NSDR). June 2010.
Matthias Vallentin, Robin Sommer, Jason Lee, Craig Leres, Vern Paxson, Brian Tierney. The NIDS Cluster: Scalably Stateful Network Intrusion Detection on Commodity Hardware. Recent Advances in Intrusion Detection (RAID). 2007.
Bernhard Amann, Matthias Vallentin, Seth Hall, and Robin Sommer. Revisiting SSL: A Large-Scale Study of the Internet’s Most Trusted Protocol. ICSI TR-12-015. Berkeley, December 2012.
Bernhard Amann, Matthias Vallentin, Robin Sommer, and Seth Hall. Extracting Certificates from Live Traffic: A Near Real-Time SSL Notary Service. ICSI TR-12-014. Berkeley, November 2012.
Robin Sommer, Lorenzo De Carli, Nupur Kothari, Matthias Vallentin, and Vern Paxson. HILTI: An Abstract Execution Environment for Concurrent, Stateful Network Traffic Analysis. ICSI TR-12-003. Berkeley, January 2012.
Matthias Vallentin. VAST: Network Visibility Across Space and Time. Master’s Thesis. Munich, Germany, January 2009.
Matthias Vallentin. Transparent Load-Balancing for Network Intrusion Detection Systems. Bachelor’s Thesis. Munich, Germany, November 2006.
libcppa Now: High-Level Distributed Programming Without Sacrificing
C++Now. Aspen, Colorado, May 2013.
Towards Large-Scale Incident Response and Interactive Network Forensics. Dissertation proposal. UC Berkeley, December 2011.
WiFi Basics & Security. Invited talk in the lecture Internet Protocols held by Prof. Anja Feldman. Munich, July 2006. (German)
Matthias Vallentin and Gene Pang. Bloom Filter Redux. In CS 270: Combinatorical Algorithms and Data Structures. UC Berkeley, Spring 2011.
Matthias Vallentin. Cacheable Web Objects: Understanding Their Modification Times. In STAT 248: Time Series Analysis. UC Berkeley, Fall 2010.
Adam Roberts, Harold Pimentel, and Matthias Vallentin. Model Selection for Bias Correction in RNA-Seq. In STAT 241: Statistical Learning Theory - Graphical Models. UC Berkeley, Fall 2010.
Yahel Ben-David, Matthias Vallentin, Seth Fowler, and Samuel Zats. JaldiMAC - Taking the Distance Further. In CS 268: Computer Networks and CS 262A: Advanced Topics in Computer Systems. UC Berkeley, Fall 2009.
Matthias Vallentin and Seth Fowler. A Concurrency Model for Event-Based Network Intrusion Detection. In CS 294-33: Towards Highly-Productive Parallel Programming Languages. UC Berkeley, Spring 2009.
Matthias Vallentin, Jon Whiteaker, and Yahel Ben-David. The Gh0st in the Shell: Network Security in the Himalayas. In CS 294-28: Network Security. UC Berkeley, Spring 2009.