Category: Privacy

PlaceRaider Presented at NDSS 2013

We introduce PlaceRaider, a proof-of-concept mobile malware that exploits a smartphone’s camera and onboard sensors to reconstruct rich, 3D models of the victim’s indoor space using only opportunistically taken photos. Attackers can use these models to engage in remote reconnaissance …

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FRSP Award: ‘Vision for Privacy’

Profs. David Crandall and Apu Kapadia have been awarded  $50K of seed funding through the Faculty Research Support Program (FRSP) for their project titled Vision for Privacy: Privacy-aware Crowd Sensing using Opportunistic ImageryA variety of powerful and potentially …

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Cachet Presented at CoNEXT 2012

We propose Cachet, a peer-to-peer social-network architecture that provides strong security and privacy guarantees. We leverage cryptographic techniques to protect the confidentiality of data, and design a hybrid structured-unstructured overlay paradigm where social contacts  act as trusted caches to help …

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Welcome

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The Privacy Lab is led by Prof. Apu Kapadia in the School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University. Our goal is to advance research in online privacy, mobile security, and peer-to-peer systems. For an overview of our research, see

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PERM Presented at CCS 2012

Some users may misbehave under the cover of anonymity by, e.g., defacing webpages on Wikipedia or posting vulgar comments on YouTube. To prevent such abuse, we have explored various anonymous credential schemes to revoke access for misbehaving users while maintaining …

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