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Princeton Researchers to Publish Five New Papers in USENIX Security

Princeton University will be very well represented at the 2015 USENIX Security Symposium with five papers in the refereed technical sessions.  USENIX Security is one of the most competitive conferences in applied computer security.  The Princeton authors of these papers include 8 different faculty, 4 graduate students, and 2 undergraduate students.  Congratulations to all the authors!


Bringing Deployable Key Transparency to End Users

Marcela S. Melara and Aaron Blankstein, Princeton University; Joseph Bonneau, Stanford University and The Electronic Frontier Foundation; Edward W. Felten and Michael J. Freedman, Princeton University

SecGraph: A Uniform and Open-source Evaluation System for Graph Data Anonymization and De-anonymization

Shouling Ji and Weiqing Li, Georgia Institute of Technology; Prateek Mittal, Princeton University; Xin Hu, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center; Raheem Beyah, Georgia Institute of Technology

RAPTOR: Routing Attacks on Privacy in Tor

Yixin Sun and Anne Edmundson, Princeton University; Laurent Vanbever, ETH Zürich; Oscar Li, Jennifer Rexford, Mung Chiang, and Prateek Mittal, Princeton University

De-anonymizing Programmers via Code Stylometry

Aylin Caliskan-Islam, Drexel University; Richard Harang, U.S. Army Research Laboratory; Andrew Liu, University of Maryland; Arvind Narayanan, Princeton University; Clare Voss, U.S. Army Research Laboratory; Fabian Yamaguchi, University of Goettingen; Rachel Greenstadt, Drexel University

Verified Correctness and Security of OpenSSL HMAC

Lennart Beringer, Princeton University; Adam Petcher, Harvard University and MIT Lincoln Laboratory; Katherine Ye and Andrew W. Appel, Princeton University

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