Nowhere to Hide: Cross-modal Identity Leakage between Biometrics and Devices

@inproceedings{Lu2020NowhereTH,
  title={Nowhere to Hide: Cross-modal Identity Leakage between Biometrics and Devices},
  author={Chris Xiaoxuan Lu and Yang Li and Yuanbo Xiangli and Zhengxiong Li},
  booktitle={WWW},
  year={2020}
}
  • Chris Xiaoxuan Lu, Yang Li, +1 author Zhengxiong Li
  • Published in WWW 2020
  • Computer Science
  • Along with the benefits of Internet of Things (IoT) come potential privacy risks, since billions of the connected devices are granted permission to track information about their users and communicate it to other parties over the Internet. Of particular interest to the adversary is the user identity which constantly plays an important role in launching attacks. While the exposure of a certain type of physical biometrics or device identity is extensively studied, the compound effect of leakage… CONTINUE READING

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