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Privacy-Preserving Shortest Path Computation NDSS-2016 - california,usa
A Large-Scale Study of Mobile Web App Security MOST-2015 - San Jose,USA
The End is Nigh: Generic Solving of Text-based CAPTCHAs Woot-2014 - san diego,usa
Automated Analysis of Cryptographic Assumptions in Generic Group Models crypto-2014 - california,usa
Oblivious program execution and path-sensitive non-interference CSF-2013 - Louisiana,USA
Short paper: A Promising Direction for Web Tracking Countermeasures W2SP-2013 - San Francisco,USA
The Do Not Track Debate CS040SecConFab-2013 - California,USA
Information-flow control for programming on encrypted data 25th IEEE Computer Security Foundations Symposium-2012 - Cambridge, MA, USA
The Do Not Track Debate The Security Confab-2012 - La Jolla, USA Security
Text-based CAPTCHA Strengths and Weaknesses Confrence-on-computer-communications-security-2011 - Chicago, USA
Homogeneity As An Advantage: It Takes A Community To Protect An Application CollSec-2010 - Washington DC, USA Security Application Security Community
Webseclab Security Education Workbench 3rd Workshop on Cyber Security Experimentation and Test -2010 - Washington DC, USA Security
Privacy Challenges In Patient-Centric Health Information Systems HealthSec-2010 - Washington DC, USA Security Privacy
Securing Frame Communication In Browsers 17th USENIX Security Symposium-2008 - San Jose, USA Security
Security Analysis Of Network Protocols 17th USENIX Security Symposium-2008 - San Jose, USA Security Analysis
Towards Systematic Evaluation Of The Evadability Of Bot/Botnet Detection Methods 2nd USENIX Workshop on Offensive Technologies-2008 - San Jose, USA Security
Transaction Generators: Root Kits For Web 2nd USENIX Workshop on Hot Topics in Security-2007 - Boston, USA Security
Stronger Password Authentication Using Browser Extensions 14th USENIX Security Symposium-2005 - Baltimore, USA Security Browser
Formal Methods And Computer Security 11th USENIX Security Symposium-2002 - San Francisco, USA Security
Finite-State Analysis Of Ssl 3.0 7th USENIX Security Symposium-1998 - San Antonio, USA Security Analysis SSL