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Author: Sean W. Smith

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TR2001-410: Securing Web Servers against Insider Attack
TR2001-401: Outbound Authentication for Programmable Secure Coprocessors
TR2001-409: Web Spoofing 2001
TR2002-417: Web Spoofing Revisited: SSL and Beyond
TR2002-418: Trusted Paths for Browsers: An Open-Source Solution to Web Spoofing
TR2002-416: Virtual Hierarchies - An Architecture for Building and Maintaining Efficient and Resilient Trust Chains.
TR2003-442: Privacy-enhanced credential services
TR2003-440: Efficient Security for BGP Route Announcements
TR2003-443: Keyjacking: Risks of the Current Client-side Infrastructure
TR2003-470: Using caching for browsing anonymity
TR2003-471: Bear: An Open-Source Virtual Secure Coprocessor based on TCPA
TR2003-476: Experimenting with TCPA/TCG Hardware, Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love The Bear
TR2004-484: Greenpass: Flexible and Scalable Authorization for Wireless Networks
TR2004-485: Using SPKI/SDSI for Distributed Maintenance of Attribute Release Policies in Shibboleth
TR2004-489: Keyjacking: The Surprising Insecurity of Client-side SSL
TR2004-524: A Survey of WPA and 802.11i RSN Authentication Protocols
TR2004-525: Secure Hardware Enhanced MyProxy
TR2005-532: SHEMP: Secure Hardware Enhanced MyProxy
TR2005-547: Towards Tiny Trusted Third Parties
TR2005-551: More Efficient Secure Function Evaluation Using Tiny Trusted Third Parties
TR2005-539: Preventing Theft of Quality of Service on Open Platforms
TR2005-541: Aggregated Path Authentication for Efficient BGP Security
TR2007-590: Secure Cryptographic Precomputation with Insecure Memory
TR2007-591: Dumbots: Unexpected Botnets through Networked Embedded Devices
TR2007-601: Blacklistable Anonymous Credentials: Blocking Misbehaving Users without TTPs (Extended Version)
TR2007-603: YASIR: A Low-Latency, High-Integrity Security Retrofit for Legacy SCADA Systems
TR2007-606: The Quality of Open Source Production: Zealots and Good Samaritans in the Case of Wikipedia
TR2008-615: PPAA: Peer-to-Peer Anonymous Authentication (Extended Version)
TR2008-617: YASIR: A Low-Latency, High-Integrity Security Retrofit for Legacy SCADA Systems (Extended Version)
TR2008-632: TwoKind Authentication: Protecting Private Information in Untrustworthy Environments (Extended Version)
TR2008-635: BLAC: Revoking Repeatedly Misbehaving Anonymous Users Without Relying on TTPs
TR2008-637: Nymble: Blocking Misbehaving Users in Anonymizing Networks
TR2009-640: Authenticated Streamwise On-line Encryption
TR2009-650: A Computational Framework for Certificate Policy Operations
TR2009-657: Katana: A Hot Patching Framework for ELF Executables
TR2011-701: Beyond SELinux: the Case for Behavior-Based Policy and Trust Languages
TR2011-705: BGrep and BDiff: UNIX Tools for High-Level Languages
TR2012-725: Privacy-Preserving Screen Capture: Closing the Loop for Medical Informatics Usability
TR2012-713: Access Control Hygiene and the Empathy Gap in Medical IT
TR2012-714: Access Control Realities As Observed in a Clinical Medical Setting
TR2013-727: ELFbac: Using the Loader Format for Intent-Level Semantics and Fine-Grained Protection


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