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10th International Conference on Security and Privacy in Communication Networks

10th International Conference on Security and Privacy in Communication Networks September 24-26, 2014 Beijing, China

Accepted Papers:

  • Quanwei Cai, Jingqiang Lin, Fengjun Li, Qiongxiao Wang and Daren Zha.
    EFS: Efficient and Fault-Scalable Byzantine Fault Tolerant Systems against Faulty Clients
  • Qianying Zhang, Shijun Zhao and Dengguo Feng.
    Improving the Security of the HMQV Protocol using Tamper-Proof Hardware
  • Jialong Zhang, Jayant Notani and Guofei Gu.
    Characterizing Google Hacking: A First Large-Scale Quantitative Study
  • Yinzhi Cao, Chao Yang, Vaibhav Rastogi, Yan Chen and Guofei Gu.
    Abusing Browser Address Bar for Fun and Profit - An Empirical Investigation of Add-on Cross Site Scripting Attacks
  • Tilo Muller and Christopher Kugler.
    SCADS: Separated Control- and Data-Stack
  • Ziyu Wang and Jiahai Yang.
    A New Anomaly Detection Method Based on IGTE and IGFE
  • Byungho Min and Vijay Varadharajan.
    A Simple and Novel Technique for Counteracting Exploit Kits
  • Xiaoyan Sun, Jun Dai, Anoop Singhal and Peng Liu.
    Inferring the Stealthy Bridges between Enterprise Network Islands in Cloud Using Cross-Layer Bayesian Networks
  • Boyang Wang, Yantian Hou, Ming Li, Haitao Wang, Hui Li and Fenghua Li.
    Tree-based Multi-Dimensional Range Search on Encrypted Data with Enhanced Privacy
  • Duohe Ma.
    Defending Blind DDoS Attack on SDN Based on Moving Target Defense
  • Issa Khalil, Zuochao Dou and Abdallah Khreishah.
    TPM-based Authentication Mechanism for Apache Hadoop
  • Max Suraev.
    Implementing an affordable and effective GSM IMSI catcher with 3G authentication
  • Tayyaba Zeb, Abdul Ghafoor, Awais Shibli and Muhammad Yousaf.
    A Secure Architecture for Inter-Cloud Virtual Machine Migration
  • Nicolas Van Balen and Haining Wang.
    GridMap: Enhanced Security in Cued-Recall Graphical Passwords
  • Yi-Ting Chiang, Tsan-Sheng Hsu, Churn-Jung Liau, Yun-Ching Liu, Chih-Hao Shen, Da-Wei Wang and Justin Zhan.
    An Information-Theoretic Approach for Secure Protocol Composition
  • Haoyu Ma, Xinjie Ma, Weijie Liu, Zhipeng Huang, Debin Gao and Chunfu Jia.
    Control Flow Obfuscation using Neural Network to Fight Concolic Testing
  • Qinglong Zhang, Zongbin Liu, Quanwei Cai and Ji Xiang.
    TST:A New Randomness Test Method Based on Golden Distribution
  • Sarmad Ullah Khan.
    An Authentication and Key Management Scheme for Heterogeneous Sensor Networks
  • Shen Su and Beichuan Zhang.
    Detecting concurrent prefix hijack events online
  • Anna Squicciarini, Dan Lin, Smitha Sundareswaran and Jingwei Li.
    Policy Driven Node Selection in MapReduce
  • Vincenzo Gulisano, Magnus Almgren and Marina Papatriantafilou.
    METIS: a Two-Tier Intrusion Detection System for Advanced Metering Infrastructures
  • Chen Cao, Yuqing Zhang, Qixu Liu and Kai Wang.
    Function Escalation Attack
  • Eirini Karapistoli, Panagiotis Sarigiannidis and Anastasios Economides.
    Wormhole Attack Detection in Wireless Sensor Networks based on Visual Analytics
  • Binh Vo and Steven Bellovin.
    Anonymous Publish-Subscribe Systems
  • Jeroen Massar, Ian Mason, Linda Briesemeister and Vinod Yegneswaran.
    JumpBox -- A Seamless Browser Proxy for Tor Pluggable Transports
  • Sushama Karumanchi, Jingwei Li and Anna Squicciarini.
    Securing Resource Discovery in Content Hosting Networks
  • Hugo Gonzalez, Natalia Stakhanova and Ali Ghorbani.
    DroidKin: Lightweight Detection of Android Apps Similarity

Accepted Short Papers

  • Yazhe Wang, Mingming Hu and Chen Li.
    UAuth: A Strong Authentication Method from Personal Devices to Multi-accounts
  • Chengcheng Shao, Liang Chen, Shuo Fan and Xinwen Jiang.
    Social Authentication Identity: An Alternate to Internet Real Name System
  • Xi Xiao, Xianni Xiao, Yong Jiang and Qing Li.
    Detecting Mobile Malware with TMSVM
  • Yosra Ben Mustapha, Herve Debar and Gregory Blanc.
    Policy Enforcement Point Model
  • Zhangjie Fu, Jiangang Shu, Xingming Sun and Naixue Xiong.
    An Effective Search Scheme based on Semantic Tree over Encrypted Cloud Data Supporting Verifiability
  • Pieter Burghouwt, Marcel E.M. Spruit and Henk J. Sips.
    Detection of Botnet Command and Control Traffic by the Identification of Untrusted Destinations
  • Jingwei Li, Dan Lin, Anna Squicciarini and Chunfu Jia.
    STRE: Privacy-Preserving Storage and Retrieval over Multiple Clouds
  • Lautaro Dolberg, Quentin Jerome, Jerome Francois, Radu State and Thomas Engel.
    RAMSES: Revealing Android Malware through String Extraction and Selection
  • Kan Chen, Peidong Zhu and Yueshan Xiong.
    Keep the Fakes Out: Defending against Sybil Attack in P2P systems
  • Zhang Lulu, Yongzheng Zhang and Tianning Zang.
    Detecting Malicious Behaviors in Repackaged Android Apps with Loosely-coupled Payloads Filtering Scheme
  • Yuling Luo, Junxiu Liu, Jinjie Bi and Senhui Qiu.
    Hardware Implementation of Cryptographic Hash Function based on Spatiotemporal Chaos
  • Swarup Chandra, Zhiqiang Lin, Ashish Kundu and Latifur Khan.
    A Systematic Study of the Covert-Channel Attacks in Smartphones
  • Sami Zhioua, Adnene Ben Jabeur, Mahjoub Langar and Wael Ilahi.
    Detecting Malicious Sessions through Traffic Fingerprinting using Hidden Markov Models
  • Eslam Abdallah, Mohammad Zulkernine and Hossam Hassanein.
    Countermeasures for Mitigating ICN Routing Related DDoS Attacks
  • Ding Wang and Ping Wang.
    On the Usability of Two-Factor Authentication
  • Bhaswati Deka, Ryan Gerdes, Ming Li and Kevin Heaslip.
    Friendly Jamming for Secure Localization in Vehicular Transportation
  • Wenjun Fan.
    Catering Honeypots Creating Based on the Predefined Honeypot Context



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