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Let Me Out! Evaluating the Effectiveness of Quarantining Compromised Users in Walled Gardens
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We present the first empirical study on user behavior and remediation effectiveness of quarantining infected machines in broadband networks. Expand
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Cleaning Up the Internet of Evil Things: Real-World Evidence on ISP and Consumer Efforts to Remove Mirai
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We present the first empirical study of IoT malware cleanup in the wild -- more specifically, of removing Mirai infections in the network of a medium-sized ISP. Expand
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Exploring effective notification mechanisms for infected IoT devices
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We have compared the influence of the notification channel on cleanup and the reactions of customers by comparing customers that received: (1) email notifications; and (2) a combination of walled garden and email notifications. Expand
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Tell Me You Fixed It: Evaluating Vulnerability Notifications via Quarantine Networks
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We present the first empirical study of a potentially more effective mechanism: quarantining the vulnerable resource until it is remediated, even though they can self-release from the quarantine environment. Expand
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