Zutao Zhu

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Privacy-Preserving Data Publishing (PPDP) deals with the publication of microdata while preserving people' private information in the data. To measure how much private information can be preserved, privacy metrics is needed. An essential element for privacy metrics is the measure of how much adversaries can know about an individual's sensitive attributes(More)
Data publishing can provide enormous benefits to the society. However, due to privacy concerns, data cannot be published in their original forms. Two types of data publishing can address the privacy issue: one is to publish the sanitized version of the original data, and the other is to publish the aggregate information from the original data, such as data(More)
In this paper, we introduce a framework for secure two-party (S2P) computations, which we call <i>bureaucratic</i> computing, and we demonstrate its efficiency by designing practical S2P computations for sorting, selection, and random permutation. In a nutshell, the main idea behind bureaucratic computing is to design data-oblivious algorithms that push all(More)
Privacy-Preserving Data Re-publishing (PPDR) deals with publishing microdata in dynamic scenarios. Due to privacy concerns, data must be disguised before being published. Research in privacy-preserving data publishing (PPDP) has proposed many such methods on static data. In PPDR, multiple appeared records can be used to infer private information of other(More)
In the paper we point out that the released dataset of an association rule hiding method may have severe privacy problem since they all achieve to minimize the side effects on the original dataset. We show that an attacker can discover the hidden sensitive association rules with high confidence when there is not enough "blindage". We give a detailed(More)
The Web is playing a very important role in our lives, and is becoming an essential element of the computing infrastructure. With such a glory come the attacks–the Web has become criminals' preferred targets. Web-based vulnera-bilities now outnumber traditional computer security concerns. Although various security solutions have been proposed to address the(More)
The mobile Internet protocol version 6 (MIPv6), based on IPv6, will be widely used in the next generation wireless network. The latency of the handover is one of the most important parameters in evaluating MIPv6. At present, the popular wireless handover technologies include the fast mobile Internet protocol version 6 (FMIPv6) and the hierarchical mobile(More)
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