During my PhD program, I have done research in areas including Network Security, Application Security, Internet Privacy, and Wireless Networks. After working at the silicon valley for a few years, I have decided to fully embrace the Web. I will be doing some research in Web 2.0 fields

  1. Burt, A., Darschewski, M., Ray, I., Thurimella, R. and Wu, H., Origins: an approach to trace fast spreading worms to their roots, Int. J. Security and Networks, 3 (1):36.46 (2008). Publishers selected this paper for its wider appeal and prepared a news item.
  2. "Making Secure TCP Connections Resistant to Server Failures", in PDF and in Word, Hailin Wu, Andrew Burt and Ramki Thurimella. The 19th Annual Computer Security Applications Conference, December 8-12, 2003. Las Vegas, Nevada. Presentation Slides in Flash
  3. "Artery: A Data-Centric Architecture for Wireless Sensor Networks", PDF Word, Lan Lin, Hailin Wu.  The Joint meeting of the International Conference on Computer, Communication and Control Technologies (CCCT '03) and the 9th International Conference on Information Systems Analysis and Synthesis (ISAS '03), Orlando, USA, from July 31 to August 2, 2003.
    This paper is also published in 9th issue of Journal on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, because it is among top 10% of all the accepted papers.
  4. "Hidden surveillance by Web sites: Web bugs in contemporary use",
    David Martin, Hailin Wu, Adil Alsaid, Communications of ACM 46(12): 258-264 (2003)
  5. The Privacy Practices of Web Browser Extensions
    with David Martin, et al. Privacy Foundation, December 2000. (whole report, 61 pages)
  6. The Privacy Practices of Web Browser Extension
    with David Martin, et al. Communications of the ACM, February 2001.
  7. Design of Continuous Media Servers in Support of Interactive Personalized Presentation, 
    Seon Ho Kim, Yong Lu, Hailin Wu. SPIE's ITCOM 2001, Aug. 2001.
  8. Research on The :CueCat Bar Code Reader which helped to stopped the launch of 100 million privacy-invasion devices, with David Martin, et al.