Our lab conducts research that encompasses networking, security, and usability. Broadly speaking, we are interested in making the Internet work better.
Current projects include:
An architecture for certificate authentication that secures existing applications, strengthens the CA system, and provides simple deployment of improved authentication systems.
Measuring the prevalence and nature of TLS proxies and understanding user attitudes and preferences toward inspection of their encrypted traffic.
Understanding how user preferences and behavior when using cloud storage services.
Measuring the Steam network to provide insight into how people play video games.
Supplementing the web’s existing connection-based and server-based security models with a new approach: content- based security.
Contact Daniel Zappala (firstname.lastname@example.org) for research opportunities in the lab.
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