Publications of the Laboratory for Education and Research in Secure Systems Engineering (LERSSE) 3 records found  Search took 0.00 seconds. 
1. The Feasibility of Dynamically Granted Permissions: Aligning Mobile Privacy with User Preferences / Primal Wijesekera ; Arjun Baokar ; Lynn Tsai ; Joel Reardon ; et al [LERSSE-RefConfPaper-2017-004]
Current smartphone operating systems regulate application permissions by prompting users on an ask-on-first-use basis. [...]
Published in P. Wijesekera, A. Baokar, L.Tsai, J. Reardon, S. Egelman, D. Wagner, K. Beznosov, “The Feasibility of Dynamically Granted Permissions: Aligning Mobile Privacy with User Preferences,” in IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (IEEE S&P), San-Jose, CA, May 2017, 17 pages.:
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2. Android Permissions Remystified: A Field Study on Contextual Integrity / Primal Wijesekera ; Arjun Baokar ; Ashkan Hosseini ; Serge Egelman ; et al [LERSSE-RefConfPaper-2015-004]
We instrumented the Android platform to collect data regarding how often and under what circumstances smartphone applications access protected resources regulated by permissions. [...]
Published in Primal Wijesekera, Arjun Baokar, Ashkan Hosseini, Serge Egelman, David Wagner and Konstantin Beznosov. 2015. Android Permissions Remystified: A Field Study on Contextual Integrity. USENIX Security 2015, Washington DC, USA.:
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3. Does My Password Go up to Eleven? The Impact of Password Meters on Password Selection / Serge Egelman ; Andreas Sotirakopoulos ; Ildar Muslukhov ; Konstantin Beznosov ; et al [LERSSE-RefConfPaper-2013-001]
Password meters tell users whether their passwords are "weak" or "strong." We performed a laboratory experiment to examine whether these meters influenced users' password selections when they were forced to change their real passwords, and when they were not told that their passwords were the subject of a study. [...]
Published in Serge Egelman, Andreas Sotirakopoulos, Ildar Muslukhov, Konstantin Beznosov, and Cormac Herley. Does My Password Go up to Eleven? The Impact of Password Meters on Password Selection. In Proceedings of Computer-Human Interaction conference, April 2013.:
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