New Mexico Department of Computer Science

University of New Mexico

The principle that guides our research is that it shouldn’t be so easy for those who control the Internet to perform censorship and surveillance without full transparency. Towards this goal, we perform Internet measurements and reverse engineering to shed light on censorship and surveillance practices around the world.

We would like to build upon our work on idle scans and TCP/IP side channels to measure censorship all over the world. We would also like to develop new techniques for off-path inference of what’s happening between two arbitrary hosts on the Internet, such as the ability to detect man-in-the-middle. Other potential areas of interest: reverse engineering, data analysis, Chinese natural language processing, BGP analysis. We’re always open to new ideas and directions, don’t hesitate to send us an email.

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