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Implementing a Protocol Native Managed Cryptocurrency

Author(s)
Peter M. Mell, Aurelien M. Delaitre, Frederic J. de Vaulx, Philippe J. Dessauw
Previous work presented a theoretical model based on the implicit Bitcoin specification for how an entity might issue a cryptocurrency that mimics features of

2018 MediFor Challenge

Author(s)
Jonathan G. Fiscus, Haiying Guan, Andrew P. Delgado, Timothée N. Kheyrkhah, Yooyoung Lee, Daniel F. Zhou, Amy N. Yates
Media forensics is the science and practice of determining the authenticity and establishing the integrity of audio and visual media. DARPA’s Media Forensics

Manipulation Data Collection and Annotation Tool for Media Forensics

Author(s)
Eric Robertson, Haiying Guan, Mark Kozak, Yooyoung Lee, Amy N. Yates, Andrew P. Delgado, Daniel F. Zhou, Timothée N. Kheyrkhah, Jeff Smith, Jonathan G. Fiscus
With the increasing diversity and complexity of media forensics techniques, the evaluation of state-of-the-art detectors are impeded by lacking the metadata and

FIPS 140-3 Adopts ISO/IEC Standards

Author(s)
Kim B. Schaffer
This bulletin summarizes the information found in FIPS 140-3: Security Requirements for Cryptographic Modules which is applicable to all federal agencies that

Vetting the Security of Mobile Applications

Author(s)
Michael A. Ogata, Josh Franklin, Jeffrey M. Voas, Vincent Sritapan, Stephen Quirolgico
Mobile applications are an integral part of our everyday personal and professional lives. As both public and private organizations rely more on mobile

Browser Fingerprinting using Combinatorial Sequence Testing

Author(s)
Bernhard Garn, Dimitris Simos, Stefan Zimmer, David R. Kuhn, Raghu N. Kacker
In this paper, we propose an approach for browser fingerprinting using their behavior during the TLS 1.2 handshake with a server. Using combinatorial methods
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