Prior to UIUC, I completed my undergraduate degree at Boston College in 2009 and
was advised by Gang Tan and
Robert Signorile. I interned at
Microsoft in the summer of 2008 on the Forefront Security team and
worked as a Software Design Engineer in Test (SDET) on the Active Directory team from 2009-2010.
My research interests include system reliability and security, information leakage, program analysis, and model checking.
Jason Croft and Matthew Caesar. Towards Practical Avoidance of Information Leakage
in Enterprise Networks. In 6th USENIX Workshop on Hot Topics in Security (HotSec '11),
San Francisco, California, USA, August 2011. [pdf]
Jason Croft and Robert Signorile. Secure Distribution of Confidential Information via Self-Destructing
Data. In 8th World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society (WSEAS) International Conference on Data
Networks, Communication, Computers (DNCOCO '09), Baltimore, Maryland,
USA, November 2009. [pdf]
Jason Croft and Robert Signorile. A Self-Destructing File Distribution System with Feedback for
Peer-to-Peer Networks. In 9th World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society (WSEAS)
International Conference on Applied Computer Science (ACS '09), Genova, Italy, October 2009.
Gang Tan and Jason Croft. An Empirical Security Study of the Native Code in the JDK. In 17th
USENIX Security Symposium 2008 (USENIX Security '08), San Jose, California, USA, July
2008. [pdf] [tech report]
Jason Croft and Gang Tan. Security Analysis of the Native Code in Suns JDK. In 23rd Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC '07), Work-in-Progress session, Miami, Florida,
USA, December 2007. [pdf]