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Workshop on Improving Trust in the Online Marketplace - Abstracts

Workshop on Improving Trust in the Online Marketplace (April 10-11, 2013)

Submitted Abstracts


Each abstract is linked to a .pdf or you may download a zip file
of all submissions.

Amann, Bernhard; Vallentin, Matthias; Sommer, Robin - The ICSI Notary: Lessons and Insights from a Large-Scale Study of the SSL/TLS Ecosystem

Andrews, Rick - CAs Alone Do Not Provide Trust

Bender, Jens; Schönherr, Kerstin - Enhancing Trust by Enhancing the Audit Process

Bonneau, Joseph - Transport Security Policies: A broad framework for new proposals in server trust on the web

Chandler, Jeff, Wilson, Ben - A Window of Opportunity: How Certificate Transparency Increases Online Trust Accountability and Security: A Browser-CA Perspective

Chokhani, Santosh - Thoughts on PKI Security

Clark, Jermey - Evaluating Certificate Trust Model Enhancements for HTTPS

Corella, Francisco; Lewison, Karen P. - Defenses against Spoofed SSL/TLS Server Certificates

Fiedler, Arno; Pope, Nick; Sutter, Christoph; Barreira, Inigo; Lacroix, Sylvie - European Approach to oversight of "Trust Service Providers"

Grant, Alexandra; Palmer, Charles - The Search for Trust

Hallam-Baker, Phillip - The Omnibroker

Hill, Brad - Failures of Trust in the Online PKI Marketplace Cannot be Fixed by "Raising the Bar" on Certificate Authority Security

Hill, Brad - Reducing the Tail Risk of CA Compromise by Enabling Trust in Regional CAs Using Language Community and Locale Annotations

Housley, Russ; Turner, Sean - The Promise of DANE

Hurst, Ryan - Using least privileged design principals to improve trust in the online marketplace

Hurst, Ryan - Revocation Reality and the Path to Becoming Effective 

Kasper, Emilia; Langley, Adam; Laurie, Ben - Certificate Transparency – protocol design and implementation

Kravitz, David - Remotely Detecting Live Presence of a Server and a Mobile Device and Enabling Trusted in-band Communications between them across a Potentially non-trusted Client Interface

Moore, Gary; Turner, Paul - Managing Trust within an Organization Covering Asymmetric, Symmetric and SSH Key Environments

Osterweil, Eric; McPherson, Danny; Zhang, Lixia - Quantifying Systemic Dependencies through Attack Surface Analysis

Osterweil, Eric; Massey, Dan; McPherson, Danny; Zhang, Lixia - Verifying Keys through Publicity and Communities of Trust: Quantifying Off-Axis Corroboration

Perrin, Trevor - TACK

Rea, Scott; Pala, Massimiliano - Usable Trust Anchor Management

Rodriguez, Lorenzo Martinez - Research for the Improvement on Current CA Model

Stamm, Sid; Wilson, Kathleen - Mozilla's approach to revocation and strengthening a CA root program

Tschofenig, Hannes; Gondrom, Tobias - Standardizing the Next Generation Public Key Infrastructure

Wilson, Ben - Knowledge and Insight from Members of the CA / Browser Forum

Created March 14, 2013, Updated September 21, 2016