CRISP researchers from the Telecooperation Lab will present two posters  at this year's ACM CCS. The first poster deals with continuous measurement of security bug properties for Debian GNU/Linux packages. The second poster addresses the challenges of accurately measuring churn in peer-to-peer botnets and proposes the Botnet Monitoring Framework (BMF) as a uniform approach of measuring churn in botnets.
The 26th ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security will be held in London, United Kingdom from November 11 to November 15, 2019. https://sigsac.org/ccs/CCS2019/
 1st poster: Alexopoulos, N.; Egert, R.; Grube, T.; Mühlhäuser, M., 2nd poster: Böck, L.; Karuppayah, S.; Mühlhäuser, M.