Rachel Greenstadt
Rachel Greenstadt
Computer Science and Engineering Department, New York University
Verified email at nyu.edu
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Detecting hoaxes, frauds, and deception in writing style online
S Afroz, M Brennan, R Greenstadt
2012 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 461-475, 2012
2752012
Covert messaging through TCP timestamps
J Giffin, R Greenstadt, P Litwack, R Tibbetts
International Workshop on Privacy Enhancing Technologies, 194-208, 2002
1992002
Active authentication on mobile devices via stylometry, application usage, web browsing, and GPS location
L Fridman, S Weber, R Greenstadt, M Kam
IEEE Systems Journal 11 (2), 513-521, 2016
1942016
Adversarial Stylometry: Circumventing Authorship Recognition to Preserve Privacy and Anonymity
M BRENNAN, S AFROZ, R GREENSTADT
ACM Transactions on Information and System Security (TISSEC) 15 (3), 0
190*
A critical evaluation of website fingerprinting attacks
M Juarez, S Afroz, G Acar, C Diaz, R Greenstadt
Proceedings of the 2014 ACM SIGSAC Conference on Computer and Communications …, 2014
1882014
De-anonymizing programmers via code stylometry
A Caliskan-Islam, R Harang, A Liu, A Narayanan, C Voss, F Yamaguchi, ...
24th {USENIX} Security Symposium ({USENIX} Security 15), 255-270, 2015
1672015
Phishzoo: Detecting phishing websites by looking at them
S Afroz, R Greenstadt
2011 IEEE fifth international conference on semantic computing, 368-375, 2011
1502011
Why we can't be bothered to read privacy policies models of privacy economics as a lemons market
T Vila, R Greenstadt, D Molnar
Proceedings of the 5th international conference on Electronic commerce, 403-407, 2003
1242003
Doppelgänger finder: Taking stylometry to the underground
S Afroz, AC Islam, A Stolerman, R Greenstadt, D McCoy
2014 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 212-226, 2014
1092014
Practical attacks against authorship recognition techniques.
MR Brennan, R Greenstadt
IAAI, 2009
1002009
Analysis of privacy loss in distributed constraint optimization
R Greenstadt, JP Pearce, M Tambe
AAAI 6, 647-653, 2006
982006
Use Fewer Instances of the Letter “i”: Toward Writing Style Anonymization
A McDonald, S Afroz, A Caliskan, A Stolerman, R Greenstadt
Privacy Enhancing Technologies, 299-318, 2012
912012
When coding style survives compilation: De-anonymizing programmers from executable binaries
A Caliskan, F Yamaguchi, E Dauber, R Harang, K Rieck, R Greenstadt, ...
Network and Distributed System Symposium, 2018
842018
Approaches to adversarial drift
A Kantchelian, S Afroz, L Huang, AC Islam, B Miller, MC Tschantz, ...
Proceedings of the 2013 ACM workshop on Artificial intelligence and security …, 2013
682013
Trusted computing, peer-to-peer distribution, and the economics of pirated entertainment
SE Schechter, RA Greenstadt, MD Smith
Proceedings of The Second Annual Workshop on Economics and Information …, 2003
662003
Use of machine learning in big data analytics for insider threat detection
M Mayhew, M Atighetchi, A Adler, R Greenstadt
MILCOM 2015-2015 IEEE Military Communications Conference, 915-922, 2015
592015
Multi-modal decision fusion for continuous authentication
L Fridman, A Stolerman, S Acharya, P Brennan, P Juola, R Greenstadt, ...
Computers & Electrical Engineering 41, 142-156, 2015
562015
Privacy detective: Detecting private information and collective privacy behavior in a large social network
A Caliskan Islam, J Walsh, R Greenstadt
Proceedings of the 13th Workshop on Privacy in the Electronic Society, 35-46, 2014
562014
Honor among thieves: A common's analysis of cybercrime economies
S Afroz, V Garg, D McCoy, R Greenstadt
2013 APWG eCrime Researchers Summit, 1-11, 2013
542013
Myconet: A fungi-inspired model for superpeer-based peer-to-peer overlay topologies
PL Snyder, R Greenstadt, G Valetto
2009 Third IEEE international conference on self-adaptive and self …, 2009
522009
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