Martin Henze

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The website fingerprinting attack aims to identify the content (i.e., a webpage accessed by a client) of encrypted and anonymized connections by observing patterns of data flows such as packet size and direction. This attack can be performed by a local passive eavesdropper – one of the weakest adversaries in the attacker model of anonymization networks such(More)
6LoWPAN is an IPv6 adaptation layer that defines mechanisms to make IP connectivity viable for tightly resource-constrained devices that communicate over low power, lossy links such as IEEE 802.15.4. It is expected to be used in a variety of scenarios ranging from home automation to industrial control systems. To support the transmission of IPv6 packets(More)
Bitcoin is a digital currency that uses anonymous cryptographic identities to achieve financial privacy. However, Bitcoin's promise of anonymity is broken as recent work shows how Bitcoin's blockchain exposes users to reidentification and linking attacks. In consequence, different mixing services have emerged which promise to randomly mix a user's Bitcoins(More)
The HIP Diet EXchange (DEX) is an end-to-end security protocol designed for constrained network environments in the IP-based Internet of Things (IoT). It is a variant of the IETF-standardized Host Identity Protocol (HIP) with a refined protocol design that targets performance improvements of the original HIP protocol. To stay compatible with existing(More)
About 90 years ago, Henze discovered high levels of vanadium in the blood (coelomic) cells of an ascidian collected from the Bay of Naples. His discovery attracted the interdisciplinary attention of chemists, physiologists, and biochemists. Two decades ago, we quantified the vanadium levels in several ascidian tissues definitively using neutron-activation(More)
Ubiquitous sensing environments such as sensor networks collect large amounts of data. This data volume is destined to grow even further with the vision of the Internet of Things. Cloud computing promises to elastically store and process such sensor data. As an additional benefit, storage and processing in the Cloud enables the efficient aggregation and(More)
In the near future, the Internet of Things is expected to penetrate all aspects of the physical world, including homes and urban spaces. In order to handle the massive amount of data that becomes collectible and to offer services on top of this data, the most convincing solution is the federation of the Internet of Things and cloud computing. Yet, the wide(More)
The adoption of the cloud computing paradigm is hindered by severe security and privacy concerns which arise when outsourcing sensitive data to the cloud. One important group are those concerns regarding the handling of data. On the one hand, users and companies have requirements how their data should be treated. On the other hand, lawmakers impose(More)
Although Cloud Computing promises to lower IT costs and increase users’ productivity in everyday life, the unattractive aspect of this new technology is that the user no longer owns all the devices which process personal data. To lower scepticism, the project SensorCloud investigates techniques to understand and compensate these adoption barriers in a(More)