Harold Gonzales

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Due to the prevalence of insecure open 802.11 access points, it is currently easy for a malicious party to launch a variety of attacks such as eavesdropping and data injection. In this paper, we consider a particular threat called the evil twin attack, which occurs when an adversary clones an open access point and exploits common automatic access point(More)
Open-access 802.11 wireless networks are commonly deployed in cafes, bookstores, and other public spaces to provide free Internet connectivity. These networks are convenient to deploy, requiring no out-of-band key exchange or prior trust relationships. However, such networks are vulnerable to a variety of threats including the evil twin attack where an(More)
Bean plants have been fumigated for 1 h with 300 or 1000 nl litre(-1) SO(2). Dependent on the SO(2) concentration, we observed an evolution of ethane the leaves. Even with 1000 nl litre(-1) SO(2) the evolution lasted for only 4 h. Pretreatment of single leaves with the radical scavenger ethoxyquin prevented this SO(2)-induced ethane formation. Another(More)
The size of existing data sets regarding human mobility and person-to-person contact has been limited by the labor-intensive nature of the data collection techniques employed. In this paper, we propose a practical data collection system which is automatic and transparent to the user, requires only installing new software, and uses the multiple sensing(More)
We demonstrate the hohlraum radiation temperature and symmetry required for ignition-scale inertial confinement fusion capsule implosions. Cryogenic gas-filled hohlraums with 2.2 mm-diameter capsules are heated with unprecedented laser energies of 1.2 MJ delivered by 192 ultraviolet laser beams on the National Ignition Facility. Laser backscatter(More)
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