Computer Laboratory

Mobile security reading group

This is a reading group which meets at 10:00 every Wednesday during term in SW00 and discusses papers relevant to security and mobile devices.

Participants should sign up to the mailing list. The paper(s) to be read will be announced by the preceeding Friday so that people know what is being read sufficiently in advance that they can read it.

Paper Queue

This is the list of papers in our to read queue in the order we intend to read them

  1. On Tracking Information Flows through JNI in Android Applications by Chenxiong Qian ; Xiapu Luo ; Yuru Shao ; Chan, A.T.S.
  2. A Bayesian Approach to Privacy Enforcement in Smartphones by Omer Tripp, and Julia Rubin
  3. General Area or Approximate Location?: How People Understand Location Permissions by Huiqing Fu and Janne Lindqvist
  4. Location Privacy Protection for Smartphone Users by Kassem Fawaz and Kang G. Shin
  5. PowerSpy: Location Tracking using Mobile Device Power Analysis by Yan Michalevsky, Gabi Nakibly, Aaron Schulman, Dan Boneh
  6. Gyrophone: Recognizing Speech from Gyroscope Signals by Yan Michalevsky and Dan Boneh
  7. Personalized Security Indicators to Detect Application Phishing Attacks in Mobile Platforms by Claudio Marforio, Ramya Jayaram Masti, Claudio Soriente, Kari Kostiainen, Srdjan Capkun

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