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new paper “Precise Detection of Content Reuse in the Web” to appear in ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review

We have published a new paper “Precise Detection of Content Reuse in the Web” by Calvin Ardi and John Heidemann, in the ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review (Volume 49 Issue 2, April 2019) newsletter. From the abstract: With vast amount … Continue reading

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graduation lunch in honor of Liang Zhu

In October we had a ANT research group lunch to celebrate the PhD graduation of Liang Zhu.  Congratulations on his accomplishments and we all enjoyed tasty dim sum.

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new project “Plannning for Anycast as Anti-DDoS” (PAADDoS)

We are happy to announce a new project Plannning for Anycast as Anti-DDoS (PAADDoS). The PAADDoS project’s goal is to defend against large-scale DDoS attacks by making anycast-based capacity more effective than it is today. We will work toward this goal … Continue reading

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new project “Detecting, Interpreting, and Validating from Outside, In, and Control, Disruptive Events” (DIVOICE)

We are happy to announce a new project, Detecting, Interpreting, and Validating from Outside, In, and Control, Disruptive Events (DIVOICE).   The DIVOICE project’s goal is to detect and understand Network/Internet Disruptive Events (NIDEs)—outages in the Internet. We will work toward this … Continue reading

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new project “Global Analysis of Weak Signals for Enterprise Event Detection” (GAWSEED)

We are happy to announce a new project, Global Analysis of Weak Signals for Enterprise Event Detection (GAWSEED).  GAWSEED project is studing weak signals across multiple large-enterprise datasets looking for signs of malicious activity so small they may be passed over … Continue reading

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thanks to visiting scholar Kensuke Fukuda (again!)

We would like to thank Kensuke Fukuda for joining us as a visiting scholar from April 2017 to February 2018.  This visit was his second to our group, and it was great having Fukuda-san back with us while he continues his work … Continue reading

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new conference paper “Who Knocks at the IPv6 Door? Detecting IPv6 Scanning” at ACM IMC 2018

We have published a new paper “Who Knocks at the IPv6 Door? Detecting IPv6 Scanning” by Kensuke Fukuda and John Heidemann, in the ACM Internet Measurements Conference (IMC 2018) in Boston, Mass., USA. From the abstract: DNS backscatter detects internet-wide activity by looking for … Continue reading

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new technical report “Plumb: Efficient Processing of Multi-Users Pipelines (Extended)”

We released a new technical report “Plumb: Efficient Processing of Multi-Users Pipelines (Extended)”, by Abdul Qadeer and John Heidemann, as ISI-TR-727.  It is available at https://www.isi.edu/publications/trpublic/pdfs/isi-tr-727.pdf From the abstract: Services such as DNS and websites often produce streams of data that … Continue reading

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congratulations to Liang Zhu for his new PhD

I would like to congratulate Dr. Liang Zhu for defending his PhD in August 2018 and completing his doctoral dissertation “Balancing Security and Performance of Network Request-Response Protocols” in September 2018. From the abstract: The The Internet has become a popular … Continue reading

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new conference paper “LDplayer: DNS Experimentation at Scale” at ACM IMC 2018

We have published a new paper LDplayer: DNS Experimentation at Scale by Liang Zhu and John Heidemann, in the ACM Internet Measurements Conference (IMC 2018) in Boston, Mass., USA. From the abstract: DNS has evolved over the last 20 years, improving in security and privacy … Continue reading

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