One embodiment provides a system that detects vulnerabilities in a web application. During operation, the system obtains a web request which is directed to the web application, wherein the web request specifies at least one request parameter. The system then determines whether the web request is a suspicious web request by determining if at least one request parameter matches a known attack. Next, the system determines whether the suspicious web request can cause a vulnerability of the web application to be exploited.
United States Digital Service Nov 2014 - Nov 2016
Google Nov 2014 - Nov 2016
Google Sep 2011 - Feb 2013
Information Security Engineering Manager
Google Feb 2007 - Sep 2011
Information Security Engineer
Google May 2006 - Aug 2006
Gelato University 2010 - 2010
University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign 2001 - 2006
Master of Science, Masters, Bachelors, Bachelor of Science, Computer Science
in Chrome 70, users will be able to "turn off linking web-based sign-in with browser-based sign-in." As Google Security Princess Parisa Tabriz writes, it will still default to on, but you can opt out of it and have an assurance that the browser is not syncing your data to the cloud in the background.
Date: Sep 26, 2018
Google wants to change the way we interact with URLs
criticism. So what could it look like this time around? No-one's actually sure. Chrome's director of engineering, Parisa Tabriz, told Wired, "I don't know what this will look like, because it's an active discussion in the team right now. But I do know that whatever we propose is going to be controversial.
Date: Sep 05, 2018
Google doesn't want you to have to think about cybersecurity
Parisa Tabriz, nicknamed "Google's Security Princess" and the company's director of engineering, delivered the keynote speech at the Black Hat cybersecurity conference Wednesday in Las Vegas, where she discussed issues with the state of cybersecurity.
"No one wants to be interrupted in the middle of doing a task they're concentrating on to pause and deal with something totally unrelated," said Parisa Tabriz, a Google Chrome security expert. That's why the Google operating system is automatically updated, she said.
In the heartland of high-tech, where women often struggle to get to the top, Parisa Tabriz has become a role model. Even before dawn, Tabriz can be found pulling herself up a climbing wall at Google's Silicon Valley campus.
Date: Mar 13, 2015
Chicago, IL Silicon Valley, CA Zurich, CH
Google - Security Princess
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign - B.S. and M.S. in Computer Science