Lujo Bauer
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Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering + Computer Science (Institute for Software Research)
Director, Cyber Autonomy Research Center
Affiliated with: CyLab, Societal Computing

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Teaching

Fall 2019: Privacy Policy, Law, and Technology (17-533 / 17-733 / 19-608 / 95-818) (previously 8-533 / 8-733)
Spring 2019: Secure Software Systems (18-335 / 18-732)
Fall 2018: Privacy Policy, Law, and Technology (17-533 / 17-733 / 19-608 / 95-818) (previously 8-533 / 8-733)
Spring 2018: Secure Software Systems (18-732)
Fall 2017: Privacy Policy, Law, and Technology (8-533 / 8-733 / 19-608 / 95-818)
Spring 2017: Secure Software Systems (18-732)
Fall 2016: Privacy Policy, Law, and Technology (8-533 / 8-733 / 19-608 / 95-818)
Spring 2016: Usable Privacy and Security (05-436 / 05-836 / 08-534 / 08-734 / 19-534 / 19-734)

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Spring 2016: Secure Software Systems (18-732)
Fall 2015: Introduction to Computer Security (18-730)
Fall 2015: Information Security & Privacy (15-421 / 08-731 / 08-761 / 45-885 / 45-985)
Spring 2015: Secure Software Systems (18-732)
Fall 2014: Information Security and Privacy (08-731 / 15-421 / 08-761 / 45-885 / 45-985)
Spring 2014: Secure Software Systems (18-732)
Spring 2013: Secure Software Systems (18-732)
Fall 2011: Intro to Computer & Network Security & Applied Cryptography (18-487)
Fall 2010: Secure Software Systems (18-732)
Fall 2009: Introduction to Security and Policy (18-630 / 19-631 / 95-830)
Fall 2008: Secure Software Systems (18-732)
Fall 2007: Introduction to Computer Security (18-730)

Research

I do research on many aspects of computer security. I'm particularly interested in building usable access-control systems with sound theoretical underpinnings, and generally in narrowing the gap between a formal model and a usable system. Key terms: proof-carrying authorization, distributed access control, program monitors, security automata, languages for specifying security policies, usable security.

Some projects I'm currently involved in:

Adversarial ML: Machine learning (ML) algorithms are becoming ubiquitous; they're used in applications from playing chess and predicting the weather to cancer diagnosis and self-driving cars. In this project we first try to understand how robust ML algorithms are in the face of an adversary. Specifically, we study whether an adversary can fool ML classifiers in practical settings without arousing the suspicion of a human. For instance, we showed that it is possible to 3d print a pair of eyeglasses that, when worn by an adversary, can cause a state-of-the-art face-recognition algorithm to identify the adversary as (a specific) someone else. We leverage what we learn of ML algorithms' weaknesses to design ML algorithms that are more resistant to attack.

Publications

On the suitability of Lp-norms for creating and preventing adversarial examples.   [PDF, BibTeX, project page, ]
Mahmood Sharif, Lujo Bauer, and Michael K. Reiter.
In Proceedings of The Bright and Dark Sides of Computer Vision: Challenges and Opportunities for Privacy and Security (in conjunction with the 2018 IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition), June 2018. © IEEE

Adversarial generative nets: neural network attacks on state-of-the-art face recognition.   [PDF, BibTeX, project page, ]
Mahmood Sharif, Sruti Bhagavatula, Lujo Bauer, and Michael K. Reiter.
arXiv preprint 1801.00349, December 2017.

Accessorize to a crime: Real and stealthy attacks on state-of-the-art face recognition.   [PDF, BibTeX, talk video, project page, ]
Mahmood Sharif, Sruti Bhagavatula, Lujo Bauer, and Michael K. Reiter.
In Proceedings of the 23rd ACM SIGSAC Conference on Computer and Communications Security, October 2016.  DOI:10.1145/2976749.2978392

Information-flow control in modern app ecosystems: Modern app platforms (e.g., mobile OSes, web browsers, desktop OSes with app markets) control apps through sandboxing and permission systems, but this often fails to stop information leaks, privilege escalation, and other undesired behavior. This project aims to secure such platforms via information-flow control mechanisms; research ranges from developing new theory to implementing running prototypes on Android and Chromium.

Publications

Timing-sensitive noninterference through composition.   [PDF, BibTeX, ]
Willard Rafnsson, Limin Jia, and Lujo Bauer.
In Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on the Principles of Security and Trust, April 2017. Springer. © Springer-Verlag  DOI:10.1007/978-3-662-54455-6_1

Some recipes can do more than spoil your appetite: Analyzing the security and privacy risks of IFTTT recipes.   [PDF, BibTeX, video from PrivacyCon, ]
Milijana Surbatovich, Jassim Aljuraidan, Lujo Bauer, Anupam Das, and Limin Jia.
In Proceedings of the 26th International World Wide Web Conference, April 2017. © IW3C2, CC BY 4.0  DOI:10.1145/3038912.3052709

Run-time monitoring and formal analysis of information flows in Chromium.   [PDF, BibTeX, ]
Lujo Bauer, Shaoying Cai, Limin Jia, Timothy Passaro, Michael Stroucken, and Yuan Tian.
In Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Network & Distributed System Security Symposium, February 2015. Internet Society. © Internet Society  DOI:10.14722/ndss.2015.23295

Analyzing the dangers posed by Chrome extensions.   [PDF, BibTeX, ]
Lujo Bauer, Shaoying Cai, Limin Jia, Timothy Passaro, and Yuan Tian.
In Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Communications and Network Security, pages 184-192, October 2014. IEEE. © IEEE  DOI:10.1109/CNS.2014.6997485

Run-time enforcement of information-flow properties on Android (extended abstract).   [PDF, BibTeX, demo, ]
Limin Jia, Jassim Aljuraidan, Elli Fragkaki, Lujo Bauer, Michael Stroucken, Kazuhide Fukushima, Shinsaku Kiyomoto, and Yutaka Miyake.
In Computer Security—ESORICS 2013: 18th European Symposium on Research in Computer Security, pages 775–792, September 2013. Springer. (Full version appears as technical report CMU-CyLab-12-015.) © Springer-Verlag  DOI:10.1007/978-3-642-40203-6_43

Modeling and enhancing Android's permission system.   [PDF, BibTeX, ]
Elli Fragkaki, Lujo Bauer, Limin Jia, and David Swasey.
In Computer Security—ESORICS 2012: 17th European Symposium on Research in Computer Security, volume 7459 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 1–18, September 2012. (Full version appears as Technical report CMU-CyLab-11-020.) © Springer-Verlag  DOI:10.1007/978-3-642-33167-1_1

Security and privacy for the Internet of Things (IoT): IoT devices are becoming ubiquitous. They enable fantastic new functionality, but also present new security and privacy risks. We try to discover these risks and develop solutions that address them.

Publications

The influence of friends and experts on privacy decision making in IoT scenarios.   [PDF, BibTeX, ]
Pardis Emami Naeini, Martin Degeling, Lujo Bauer, Richard Chow, Lorrie Cranor, Mohammad Reza Haghighat, and Heather Patterson.
In Proceedings of the 21st ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing, November 2018. © authors  DOI:10.1145/3274317

Privacy expectations and preferences in an IoT world.   [PDF, BibTeX, slides, audio, ]
Pardis Emami-Naeini, Sruti Bhagavatula, Hana Habib, Martin Degeling, Lujo Bauer, Lorrie Cranor, and Norman Sadeh.
In SOUPS '17: Proceedings of the 13th Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security, July 2017. USENIX. © authors

Self-driving cars and data collection: privacy perceptions of networked autonomous vehicles.   [PDF, BibTeX, slides, audio, ]
Cara Bloom, Joshua Tan, Javed Ramjon, and Lujo Bauer.
In SOUPS '17: Proceedings of the 13th Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security, July 2017. USENIX. © authors

Some recipes can do more than spoil your appetite: Analyzing the security and privacy risks of IFTTT recipes.   [PDF, BibTeX, video from PrivacyCon, ]
Milijana Surbatovich, Jassim Aljuraidan, Lujo Bauer, Anupam Das, and Limin Jia.
In Proceedings of the 26th International World Wide Web Conference, April 2017. © IW3C2, CC BY 4.0  DOI:10.1145/3038912.3052709

Towards privacy-aware smart buildings: capturing, communicating, and enforcing privacy policies and preferences.   [BibTeX, ]
Primal Pappachan, Martin Degeling, Roberto Yus, Anupam Das, Sruti Bhagavatula, William Melicher, Pardis Emami Naeini, Shikun Zhang, Lujo Bauer, Alfred Kobsa, Sharad Mehrotra, Norman Sadeh, and Nalini Venkatasubramanian.
In International Workshop on the Internet of Things Computing and Applications, June 2017. In conjunction with ICDCS2017.

Secure digital home / access control for non-security-experts: This collection of projects explores architectures, mechanisms, and interfaces for helping users manage access control in the digital home of the future and on online social networks. Recent research includes investigating new ways of specifying access-control policies (e.g., reactively, and via metadata-based policy rules), and using machine learning to help users specify security policies and privacy preferences.

Publications

(Do not) Track me sometimes: Users' contextual preferences for web tracking.   [PDF, BibTeX, slides, talk video, ]
William Melicher, Mahmood Sharif, Joshua Tan, Lujo Bauer, Mihai Christodorescu, and Pedro Giovanni Leon.
Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies, April 2016. De Gruyter Open. © authors  DOI:10.1515/popets-2016-0009

Sharing personal content online: exploring channel choice and multi-channel behaviors.   [PDF, BibTeX, video teaser, ]
Manya Sleeper, William Melicher, Hana Habib, Lujo Bauer, Lorrie Faith Cranor, and Michelle L. Mazurek.
In CHI'16: 34th Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, May 2016. ACM. © authors  DOI:10.1145/2858036.2858170

Toward strong, usable access control for shared distributed data.   [PDF, BibTeX, talk video, ]
Michelle L. Mazurek, Yuan Liang, William Melicher, Manya Sleeper, Lujo Bauer, Gregory R. Ganger, Nitin Gupta, and Michael K. Reiter.
In Proceedings of the 12th USENIX Conference on File and Storage Technologies (FAST '14), February 2014. USENIX.

Challenges faced in working with users to design access-control systems for domestic environments.   [PDF, BibTeX, ]
Manya Sleeper, Michelle L. Mazurek, and Lujo Bauer.
In Designing with Users for Domestic Environments workshop at CSCW14 (the 17th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing), February 2014. Position paper.

The post anachronism: The temporal dimension of Facebook privacy.   [PDF, BibTeX, ]
Lujo Bauer, Lorrie Faith Cranor, Saranga Komanduri, Michelle L. Mazurek, Michael K. Reiter, Manya Sleeper, and Blase Ur.
In Proceedings of the 12th Annual Workshop on Privacy in the Electronic Society, November 2013. ACM. © authors  DOI:10.1145/2517840.2517859

What you want is not what you get: Predicting sharing policies for text-based content on Facebook.   [PDF, BibTeX, ]
Arunesh Sinha, Yan Li, and Lujo Bauer.
In Proceedings of the 6th ACM Workshop on Security and Artificial Intelligence, November 2013. ACM. © authors  DOI:10.1145/2517312.2517317

What matters to users? Factors that affect users' willingness to share information with online advertisers.   [PDF, BibTeX, ]
Pedro G. Leon, Blase Ur, Yang Wang, Manya Sleeper, Rebecca Balebako, Richard Shay, Lujo Bauer, Mihai Christodorescu, and Lorrie Faith Cranor.
In SOUPS '13: Proceedings of the 9th Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security, July 2013. ACM. © authors  DOI:10.1145/2501604.2501611

Out of sight, out of mind: Effects of displaying access-control information near the item it controls.   [PDF, BibTeX, ]
Kami Vaniea, Lujo Bauer, Lorrie Faith Cranor, and Michael K. Reiter.
In Proceedings of the 2012 Tenth Annual International Conference on Privacy, Security and Trust (PST), pages 128–136, July 2012. IEEE. © IEEE  DOI:10.1109/PST.2012.6297929

Tag, you can see it! Using tags for access control in photo sharing.   [PDF, BibTeX, ]
Peter F. Klemperer, Yuan Liang, Michelle L. Mazurek, Manya Sleeper, Blase Ur, Lujo Bauer, Lorrie Faith Cranor, Nitin Gupta, and Michael K. Reiter.
In CHI 2012: Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, pages 377–386, May 2012. ACM. © ACM  DOI:10.1145/2207676.2207728

Exploring reactive access control.   [PDF, BibTeX, ]
Michelle L. Mazurek, Peter F. Klemperer, Richard Shay, Hassan Takabi, Lujo Bauer, and Lorrie Faith Cranor.
In CHI '11: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, pages 2085–2094, May 2011. ACM. © ACM  DOI:10.1145/1978942.1979245

Access control for home data sharing: Attitudes, needs and practices.   [PDF, BibTeX, ]
Michelle L. Mazurek, J.P. Arsenault, Joanna Breese, Nitin Gupta, Iulia Ion, Christina Johns, Daniel Lee, Yuan Liang, Jenny Olsen, Brandon Salmon, Richard Shay, Kami Vaniea, Lujo Bauer, Lorrie Faith Cranor, Gregory R. Ganger, and Michael K. Reiter.
In CHI 2010: Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, pages 645–654, April 2010. ACM. © ACM  DOI:10.1145/1753326.1753421

Passwords: Although they are often insecure and inconvenient, passwords aren't quite about to disappear. This project's goal is to help users create passwords that are easy for them to remember, but hard for attackers to guess. We work towards this goal by trying to deeply understand the password-creation process and the security of the resulting passwords, including by investigating the effects of password-composition policies and password meters on the security and usability of passwords, and by studying metrics for quantifying password strength.

Publications

new!  Why people (don't) use password managers effectively.   [BibTeX, ]
Sarah Pearman, Aerin Shikun Zhang, Lujo Bauer, Nicolas Christin, and Lorrie Faith Cranor.
In SOUPS '19: Proceedings of the 15th Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security, July 2019. To appear.

User behaviors and attitudes under password expiration policies.   [PDF, BibTeX, slides, ]
Hana Habib, Pardis Emami-Naeini, Maggie Oates, Chelse Swoopes, Lujo Bauer, Lorrie Faith Cranor, and Nicolas Christin.
In SOUPS '18: Proceedings of the 14th Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security, August 2018. © authors

“It's not actually that horrible”: Exploring adoption of two-factor authentication at a university.   [PDF, BibTeX, teaser video, ]
Jessica Colnago, Summer Devlin, Maggie Oates, Chelse Swoopes, Lujo Bauer, Lorrie Faith Cranor, and Nicolas Christin.
In CHI'18: 36th Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, April 2018. ACM. © authors  DOI:10.1145/3173574.3174030

Better passwords through science (and neural networks).   [PDF, BibTeX, official version, ]
William Melicher, Blase Ur, Sean Segreti, Lujo Bauer, Nicolas Christin, and Lorrie Faith Cranor.
USENIX ;login:, 42(4), December 2017. USENIX. © authors

Let's go in for a closer look: Observing passwords in their natural habitat.   [PDF, BibTeX, ]
Sarah Pearman, Jeremy Thomas, Pardis Emami Naeini, Hana Habib, Lujo Bauer, Nicolas Christin, Lorrie Faith Cranor, Serge Egelman, and Alain Forget.
In Proceedings of the 24th ACM SIGSAC Conference on Computer and Communications Security, October 2017. ACM. © authors  DOI:10.1145/3133956.3133973

Diversify to survive: making passwords stronger with adaptive policies.   [PDF, BibTeX, slides, audio, ]
Sean Segreti, William Melicher, Saranga Komanduri, Darya Melicher, Richard Shay, Blase Ur, Lujo Bauer, Nicolas Christin, Lorrie Cranor, and Michelle L. Mazurek.
In SOUPS '17: Proceedings of the 13th Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security, July 2017. USENIX. © authors

 Design and evaluation of a data-driven password meter.   [PDF, BibTeX, video teaser, code, online demo, ]
Blase Ur, Felicia Alfieri, Maung Aung, Lujo Bauer, Nicolas Christin, Jessica Colnago, Lorrie Cranor, Harold Dixon, Pardis Emami Naeini, Hana Habib, Noah Johnson, and William Melicher.
In CHI'17: 35th Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, May 2017. ACM. CHI Best Paper. © authors  DOI:10.1145/3025453.3026050

Password creation in the presence of blacklists.   [PDF, BibTeX, slides, ]
Hana Habib, Jessica Colnago, William Melicher, Blase Ur, Sean Segreti, Lujo Bauer, Nicolas Christin, and Lorrie Cranor.
In Proceedings of Usable Security (USEC) 2017, February 2017. Internet Society. © Internet Society  DOI:10.14722/usec.2017.23043

 Fast, lean, and accurate: Modeling password guessability using neural networks.   [PDF, BibTeX, video teaser, slides, talk video, code, ]
William Melicher, Blase Ur, Sean M. Segreti, Saranga Komanduri, Lujo Bauer, Nicolas Christin, and Lorrie Faith Cranor.
In Proceedings of the 25th USENIX Security Symposium, August 2016. USENIX Security Best Paper.

 Do users' perceptions of password security match reality?   [PDF, BibTeX, video teaser, online game, ]
Blase Ur, Jonathan Bees, Sean Segreti, Lujo Bauer, Nicolas Christin, and Lorrie Faith Cranor.
In CHI'16: 34th Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, May 2016. ACM. CHI 2016 Honorable Mention. © authors  DOI:10.1145/2858036.2858546

Measuring real-world accuracies and biases in modeling password guessability.   [PDF, BibTeX, talk video, video teaser, ]
Blase Ur, Sean M. Segreti, Lujo Bauer, Nicolas Christin, Lorrie Faith Cranor, Saranga Komanduri, Darya Kurilova, Michelle L. Mazurek, William Melicher, and Richard Shay.
In Proceedings of the 24th USENIX Security Symposium, August 2015. USENIX. © authors

The impact of length and mathematical operators on the usability and security of system-assigned one-time PINs.   [PDF, BibTeX, ]
Patrick Gage Kelley, Saranga Komanduri, Michelle L. Mazurek, Richard Shay, Tim Vidas, Lujo Bauer, Nicolas Christin, and Lorrie Faith Cranor.
In 2013 Workshop on Usable Security (USEC), volume 7862 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 34–51, April 2013. Springer. © Springer-Verlag  DOI:10.1007/978-3-642-41320-9_3

How does your password measure up? The effect of strength meters on password creation.   [PDF, BibTeX, talk video, ]
Blase Ur, Patrick Gage Kelley, Saranga Komanduri, Joel Lee, Michael Maass, Michelle Mazurek, Timothy Passaro, Richard Shay, Timothy Vidas, Lujo Bauer, Nicolas Christin, and Lorrie Faith Cranor.
In Proceedings of the 21st USENIX Security Symposium, August 2012. USENIX Association. © authors

Correct horse battery staple: Exploring the usability of system-assigned passphrases.   [PDF, BibTeX, ]
Richard Shay, Patrick Gage Kelley, Saranga Komanduri, Michelle L. Mazurek, Blase Ur, Tim Vidas, Lujo Bauer, Nicolas Christin, and Lorrie Faith Cranor.
In SOUPS '12: Proceedings of the 8th Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security, July 2012. ACM. © authors  DOI:10.1145/2335356.2335366

Guess again (and again and again): Measuring password strength by simulating password-cracking algorithms.   [PDF, BibTeX, ]
Patrick Gage Kelley, Saranga Komanduri, Michelle L. Mazurek, Richard Shay, Tim Vidas, Lujo Bauer, Nicolas Christin, Lorrie Faith Cranor, and Julio Lopez.
In Proceedings of the 2012 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, pages 523–537, May 2012. IEEE. © IEEE  DOI:10.1109/SP.2012.38

 Of passwords and people: Measuring the effect of password-composition policies.   [PDF, BibTeX, ]
Saranga Komanduri, Richard Shay, Patrick Gage Kelley, Michelle L. Mazurek, Lujo Bauer, Nicolas Christin, Lorrie Faith Cranor, and Serge Egelman.
In CHI '11: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, pages 2595–2604, May 2011. ACM. CHI 2011 Honorable Mention. © ACM  DOI:10.1145/1978942.1979321

Students

I'm fortunate to advise and work with a number of talented students, postdocs, and staff, including:

Students and postdocs I have supervised or worked with closely in the past: Scott Garriss (CMU ECE, PhD 2008; now at Google), Rob Reeder (CMU CSD, advised by Lorrie Cranor, PhD 2008; now at Google), Kami Vaniea (CMU CSD, PhD 2012, co-advised with Lorrie Cranor; now at Edinburgh University), Michelle Mazurek (CMU ECE, co-advised with Greg Ganger, PhD 2014; now at University of Maryland at College Park), Saranga Komanduri (CMU COS, advised by Lorrie Cranor, PhD 2016), Xiaoxiao Tang (visiting PhD student from SMU, Singapore), Blase Ur (CMU SC, advised by Lorrie Cranor, PhD 2016; now at University of Chicago), Yannis Mallios (CMU ECE, PhD 2017, now at Google Pittsburgh), Jassim Aljuraidan (CMU ECE, PhD 2018, now at Kuwait University), Billy Melicher (CMU ECE, PhD 2019, now at Palo Alto Networks), Matthias Beckerle (CyLab postdoc, 2014–2015), Willard Rafnsson (CyLab postdoc), Sean Segreti (CMU ECE, MS 2016; now KoreLogic), Shaoying Cai (visiting PhD student from SMU, Singapore, 2014), Tony Felice (CMU ECE ugrad/masters), Elli Fragkaki (CMU ECE, MS 2013), Wataru Hasegawa (CMU INI masters), Philip Seyoung Huh (CMU ECE, MS 2014), Joel Lee (CMU Heinz masters, 2013), Sudeep Modi (CMU INI masters), Sean Segreti (CMU ECE masters, 2015), Brad Miller (CMU ECE, BS 2009), Timothy Passaro (CMU ECE, BS/MS 2014). Ariel Rao (CMU undergraduate),

Recent publications (full list)

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new!  Why people (don't) use password managers effectively.   [BibTeX, ]
S. Pearman, A. S. Zhang, L. Bauer, N. Christin, and L. F. Cranor. SOUPS'19. To appear.

new!  A general framework for adversarial examples with objectives.   [PDF, BibTeX, project page, ]
M. Sharif, S. Bhagavatula, L. Bauer, and M. K. Reiter. ACM TOPS. (Revised version of arXiv preprint 1801.00349.)  DOI:10.1145/3317611

new!  A field study of computer-security perceptions using anti-virus customer-support chats.   [PDF, BibTeX, ]
M. Sharif, K. Roundy, M. Dell'Amico, C. Gates, D. Kats, L. Bauer, and N. Christin. CHI'19.  DOI:10.1145/3290605.3300308

The influence of friends and experts on privacy decision making in IoT scenarios.   [PDF, BibTeX, ]
P. Emami Naeini, M. Degeling, L. Bauer, R. Chow, L. Cranor, M. R. Haghighat, and H. Patterson. CSCW 2018.  DOI:10.1145/3274317

Comparing hypothetical and realistic privacy valuations.   [PDF, BibTeX, ]
J. Tan, M. Sharif, S. Bhagavatula, M. Beckerle, M. L. Mazurek, and L. Bauer. WPES 2018.  DOI:10.1145/3267323.3268961

User behaviors and attitudes under password expiration policies.   [PDF, BibTeX, slides, ]
H. Habib, P. Emami-Naeini, M. Oates, C. Swoopes, L. Bauer, L. F. Cranor, and N. Christin. SOUPS'18.

On the suitability of Lp-norms for creating and preventing adversarial examples.   [PDF, BibTeX, project page, ]
M. Sharif, L. Bauer, and M. K. Reiter. CV-COPS 2018.

“It's not actually that horrible”: Exploring adoption of two-factor authentication at a university.   [PDF, BibTeX, teaser video, ]
J. Colnago, S. Devlin, M. Oates, C. Swoopes, L. Bauer, L. F. Cranor, and N. Christin. CHI'18.  DOI:10.1145/3173574.3174030

Riding out DOMsday: Toward detecting and preventing DOM cross-site scripting.   [PDF, BibTeX, slides, talk video, code, ]
W. Melicher, A. Das, M. Sharif, L. Bauer, and L. Jia. NDSS 2018.  DOI:10.14722/ndss.2018.23309

Adversarial generative nets: neural network attacks on state-of-the-art face recognition.   [PDF, BibTeX, project page, ]
M. Sharif, S. Bhagavatula, L. Bauer, and M. K. Reiter. arXiv preprint 1801.00349, December 2017.

Better passwords through science (and neural networks).   [PDF, BibTeX, official version, ]
W. Melicher, B. Ur, S. Segreti, L. Bauer, N. Christin, and L. F. Cranor. USENIX ;login: 2017.

Let's go in for a closer look: Observing passwords in their natural habitat.   [PDF, BibTeX, ]
S. Pearman, J. Thomas, P. Emami Naeini, H. Habib, L. Bauer, N. Christin, L. F. Cranor, S. Egelman, and A. Forget. CCS 2017.  DOI:10.1145/3133956.3133973

Self-driving cars and data collection: privacy perceptions of networked autonomous vehicles.   [PDF, BibTeX, slides, audio, ]
C. Bloom, J. Tan, J. Ramjon, and L. Bauer. SOUPS 2017.  

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