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Popular Internet services in recent years have shown that remarkable things can be achieved by harnessing the power of the masses using crowd-sourcing systems. However, crowd-sourcing systems can also pose a real challenge to existing security mechanisms deployed to protect Internet services. Many of these security techniques rely on the assumption that(More)
Efforts such as Wikipedia have shown the ability of user communities to collect, organize and curate information on the Internet. Recently, a number of question and answer (Q&A) sites have successfully built large growing knowledge repositories, each driven by a wide range of questions and answers from its users community. While sites like Yahoo Answers(More)
As popular tools for spreading spam and malware, Sybils (or fake accounts) pose a serious threat to online communities such as Online Social Networks (OSNs). Today, sophisticated attackers are creating realistic Sybils that effectively befriend legitimate users, rendering most automated Sybil detection techniques ineffective. In this paper, we explore the(More)
My primary research interests include Datacenter Networks and Wireless Networks. I am particularly interested in designing network systems driven by real-­‐‑ world needs and challenges. My research focuses on the performance and management of large-­‐‑ scale networks. I explore new network technologies, such as 60GHz wireless, Remote Direct Memory Access(More)
Research Interests My primary research interest is Security and Privacy in computer and user based systems such as Online Social Networks, Mobile Networks, Enterprise Networks and Crowdsourcing Systems. Much of my work is measurement and data driven. The goal is to uncover emerging threats through large-scale data collection, analytics and modeling. Based(More)
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