Our paper submitted to the 23rd European Symposium on Research in Computer Security (ESORICS 2018) is accepted for publication. ESORICS is known as one of the top security conferences. This is a joint work with Aalto University. Congrats, Mika-san!
Mika Juuti, Bo Sun, Tatsuya Mori, N. Asokan, “Stay On-Topic: Generating Context-specific Fake Restaurant Reviews,” Proceedings of the 23rd European Symposium on Research in Computer Security (ESORICS 2018), September 2018 (acceptance rate: 56/283=19.8%) (to appear)
The preprint version of is available at arXiv:1805.02400 [cs.CR].
Our paper presented at EuroS&P 2018 is now available as a preprint at arXiv:
Takuya Watanabe, Eitaro Shioji, Mitsuaki Akiyama, Keito Sasaoka, Takeshi Yagi, Tatsuya Mori
“User Blocking Considered Harmful? An Attacker-controllable Side Channel to Identify Social Accounts,” arXiv:1805.05085 [cs.CR], May 2018.
A special website for this research project is under preparation. Please stay tuned.
Our paper submitted to the 10th IEEE International Workshop on Security Aspects in Processes and Services Engineering (SAPSE 2018) was accepted for publication. This is a joint work with Toho University. Congratulations, Yoshida-san and Kanaoka-sensei!
Kanae Yoshida, Hironori Imai, Nana Serizawa, Tatsuya Mori, and Akira Kanaoka,
“Understanding the Origins of Weak Cryptographic Algorithms Used for Signing Android Apps,” In Proceedings of the 10th IEEE International Workshop on Security Aspects in Processes and Services Engineering (SAPSE 2018), July 2018 (accepted).
飯島涼，南翔汰，シュウインゴウ，及川靖広，森達哉， “パラメトリックスピーカーを利用した音声認識機器への攻撃と評価，”暗号と情報セキュリティシンポジウム (SCIS 2018), 2018年1月
We hold the 2nd password cracking contest at Waseda university.
Here is the final score of the contest. We hope the participants enjoyed the contest and deepen their understandings of password-related technologies.