No Escape From Reality: Security and Privacy of Augmented Reality Browsers

@inproceedings{McPherson2015NoEF,
  title={No Escape From Reality: Security and Privacy of Augmented Reality Browsers},
  author={Richard McPherson and Suman Jana and Vitaly Shmatikov},
  booktitle={WWW},
  year={2015}
}
Augmented reality (AR) browsers are an emerging category of mobile applications that add interactive virtual objects to the user's view of the physical world. This paper gives the first system-level evaluation of their security and privacy properties. We start by analyzing the functional requirements that AR browsers must support in order to present AR content. We then investigate the security architecture of Junaio, Layar, and Wikitude browsers, which are running today on over 30 million… CONTINUE READING
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