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Purdue CS researchers present 12 papers at IEEE S&P


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This year, Purdue CS faculty will present 12 papers at the IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy.


Since 1980, the IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy has been the premier forum for presenting developments in computer security and electronic privacy, and for bringing together researchers and practitioners in the field. The 2023 Symposium will mark the 44th annual meeting of this flagship conference.

The Symposium will be held on May 22-24, 2023, and the Security and Privacy Workshops will be held on May 25, 2023.


Purdue CS Papers at IEEE S&P 2023  


Towards a Rigorous Statistical Analysis of Empirical Password Datasets

Jeremiah Blocki (Purdue University), Peiyuan Liu (Purdue University)


Confident Monte Carlo: Rigorous Analysis of Guessing Curves for Probabilistic Password Models 

Peiyuan Liu (Purdue University), Jeremiah Blocki (Purdue University), Wenjie Bai (Purdue University)


zk-creds: Flexible Anonymous Credentials from zkSNARKs and Existing Identity Infrastructure 

Michael Rosenberg (University of Maryland), Jacob White (Purdue University), Christina Garman (Purdue University), Ian Miers (University of Maryland)


ImU: Physical Impersonating Attack for Face Recognition System with Natural Style Changes 

Shengwei An (Purdue University), Yuan Yao (Nanjing University, China), Qiuling Xu (Purdue University), Shiqing Ma (Rutgers University), Guanhong Tao (Purdue University), Siyuan Cheng (Purdue University), Kaiyuan Zhang (Purdue University), Yingqi Liu (Purdue University), Guangyu Shen (Purdue University), Ian Kelk (Clarifai Inc.), Xiangyu Zhang (Purdue University)


Half&Half: Demystifying Intel’s Directional Branch Predictors for Fast, Secure Partitioned Execution 

Hosein Yavarzadeh (University of California San Diego), Mohammadkazem Taram (Purdue University), Shravan Narayan (University of California San Diego), Deian Stefan (University of California San Diego), Dean Tullsen (University of California San Diego)


D-ARM: Disassembling ARM Binaries by Lightweight Superset Instruction Interpretation and Graph Modeling 

Yapeng Ye (Purdue University), Zhuo Zhang (Purdue University), Qingkai Shi (Purdue University), Yousra Aafer (University of Waterloo), Xiangyu Zhang (Purdue University)


Dinglan Peng (Purdue University), Congyu Liu (Purdue University), Tapti Palit (Purdue University), Pedro Fonseca (Purdue University), Anjo Vahldiek-Oberwagner (Intel Labs), Mona Vij (Intel Labs)


Low-Cost Privilege Separation with Compile Time Compartmentalization for Embedded Systems 

Arslan Khan (Purdue University), Dongyan Xu (Purdue University), Dave Tian (Purdue University)


EC: Embedded Systems Compartmentalization via Intra-Kernel Isolation 

Arslan Khan (Purdue University), Dongyan Xu (Purdue University), Dave Tian (Purdue University)


One Key to Rule Them All: Secure Group Pairing for Heterogeneous IoT Devices 

Habiba Farrukh (Purdue University), Muslum Ozgur Ozmen (Purdue University), Faik Kerem Ors (Purdue University), Z. Berkay Celik (Purdue University)


BLEDiff : Scalable and Property-Agnostic Noncompliance Checking for BLE Implementations 

Imtiaz Karim (Purdue University), Abdullah Al Ishtiaq (Pennsylvania State University), Syed Rafiul Hussain (Pennsylvania State University), Elisa Bertino (Purdue University)


DEVFUZZ: Automatic Device Model-Guided Device Driver Fuzzing 

Yilun Wu (Stony Brook University), Tong Zhang (Samsung Electronics), Changhee Jung (Purdue University), Dongyoon Lee (Stony Brook University)



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