Events

04/26/2019

Breakerspace student Yaelle Goldschlag has received a Goldwater Scholarship. Congratulations, Yaelle!

04/10/2019

Breakerspace student George Hughey's honors thesis on unCaptcha has been selected to win a Winston Family Honors Thesis Award. Congratulations, George!

04/08/2019

Breakerspace student Louis-Henri Merino was awarded a Fulbright US Research Grant to study in Switzerland at EPFL with Bryan Ford! Congratulations, Louis-Henri! (story)

03/15/2019

Breakerspace students' study into whether or not home Internet-of-Things devices are safely collecting and transmitting data (they're not) was featured in a WUSA9 article.

12/31/2018

Google's reCaptcha (v2) is broken again. As a follow-on work to our WOOT'17 unCaptcha paper, George Hughey broke the updated reCaptcha with even higher accuracy. (unCaptcha v2 code | Project page)

11/06/2018

George Hughey's paper on measuring and analyzing Hajime, a peer-to-peer IoT Botnet, has been accepted to NDSS 2019. This is joint work with graduate students Stephen Herwig, Katura Harvey, and Richard Roberts. Congrats all!

11/03/2018

Breakerspace students took first place at patriotCTF. Congrats to George, Josh, Michael, and Peter!

09/22/2018

Three posters from Breakerspace students have been accepted to the ACM Internet Measurement Conference (IMC) poster session. Congrats to George, Rachel, and Yaelle!

08/14/2018

Kevin Bock presented a talk at USENIX HotSec'18 explaining that mobile apps fail to check for certificate revocations.

06/06/2018

Kevin Bock and George Hughey's paper about a novel security competition, "King of the Hill," was accepted to ASE 2018. Congrats!