Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Three accepted posters at the Security and Privacy Symposium, IIT Kanpur.

Our three poster papers accepted at the Security and Privacy Symposium, IIT Kanpur.
  1. P2P Traffic classification for Intrusion Detection Systems.
    Authors: Jagan, Pratik & Prof. Hota
  2. Privacy Preserving Packet Anonymization in P2P Realm.
    Authors: Sharath, Vikram, Prof. Abhishek & Prof. Hota
  3. A Crowdsourcing and Data Mining-based System for Content Tagging.
    Authors: Vijay & Prof. Hota
Congratulations to the entire team !!


Jagan at the Poster session at IIT Kanpur

Wednesday, 13 February 2013

Prof. Jukka K. Nurminen visits us

Prof. Jukka K. Nurminen, a Professor of computer science at the Aalto University, Finland, visited us on 9th of February 2013.
Prof. Jukka has a strong industry background with almost 25 years experience of software research at Nokia Research Center. Mobile peer-to-peer (P2P) is an area where he has worked extensivelySome of the outcomes of this work are the open sourced implementations of Gnutella (Symella), BitTorrent, (SymTorrent (C++), MobTorrent (J2ME)), and Kademlia DHT for the Nokia mobile phones.
NetClique had a two-hour long session with him where each of us presented our work to him.  He was quite excited to learn about our work on P2P security and appreciated the fact that we were dealing with real-world network traces of P2P traffic and not just traffic simulations.










Seen on the right is Prof. Jukka engaged with NetClique in an interesting conversation on P2P security.


In the picture below, Prof. Jukka is seen with NetClique on a tour of some of the famous places of Hyderabad.