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Lay Down the Common Metrics: Evaluating Proof-of-Work Consensus Protocols' Security IEEESymposium-2019 - San Francisco, US
Optimal Forgeries Against Polynomial-Based MACs and GCM EuroCryptTelAviv-2018 - Tel Aviv, Israel
Efficient Length Doubling From Tweakable Block Ciphers FSE2018-2018 - Bruges, Belgium
Flip Feng Shui: Hammering a Needle in the Software Stack USENIX-2016 - austin,usa
A MAC Mode for Lightweight Block Ciphers FSE-2016 - bochum,germany
Forgery and Subkey Recovery on CAESAR candidate iFeed ICSAC-2015 - sackville,canada
New Techniques for Electronic Voting Jets-2015 - washington,USA
Post-Snowden Cryptography Part I RSAus-2015 - San Francisco,USA
Post-Snowden Cryptography Part II RSAus-2015 - San Francisco,USA
VirtualFriendship: Hiding interactions on Online Social Networks CNS-2014 - san francisco,usa
Breaking and Fixing Cryptophia's Short Combiner CANS-2014 - crete,greece
Keynote I WSDF-2014 - Fribourg,switzerland
Keynote ARES-2014 - Fribourg,switzerland
Keynote I SecHID-2014 - Fribourg,switzerland
Lightweight and Secure Cryptographic Implementations for the Internet of Things Trust-2014 - Crete,Greece
Towards an innovative framework model for Cybersecurity & Privacy innovators (IPaCSO) CSP-2014 - Athens,Greece
The PRNG Debate RSACon-2014 - San Francisco, USA
Sancus: Low-cost Trustworthy Extensible Networked Devices with a Zero-software Trusted Computing Base USENIX-2013 - Washington, D.C.
For Some Eyes Only: Protecting Online Information Sharing Third ACM Conference on Data and Application Security and Privacy-2013 - San Antonio,USA
A Modular Test Platform for Evaluation of Security Protocols in NFC Applications CMS-2011 - Ghent, Belgium
A Secure Perceptual Hash Algorithm for Image Content Authentication CMS-2011 - Ghent, Belgium
Radon Transform-Based Secure Image Hashing CMS-2011 - Ghent, Belgium
Pretp: Privacy-Preserving Electronic Toll Pricing 19th USENIX Security Symposium-2010 - Washington DC, USA Security