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 Muhammad Ikram

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Publication years2014-2017
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September 2017 ACM Transactions on Privacy and Security (TOPS): Volume 20 Issue 4, October 2017
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Online social networks offer convenient ways to reach out to large audiences. In particular, Facebook pages are increasingly used by businesses, brands, and organizations to connect with multitudes of users worldwide. As the number of likes of a page has become a de-facto measure of its popularity and profitability, an ...
Keywords: machine learning, Measurement, like farm detection, social networks

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November 2016 IMC '16: Proceedings of the 2016 Internet Measurement Conference
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Millions of users worldwide resort to mobile VPN clients to either circumvent censorship or to access geo-blocked content, and more generally for privacy and security purposes. In practice, however, users have little if any guarantees about the corresponding security and privacy settings, and perhaps no practical knowledge about the entities ...
Keywords: dns hijacking, hidden proxies, ipv6, vpn, ads blocking, tls interception, tunneling protocols, javascript injection, vpn permission

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December 2014 CoNEXT Student Workshop '14: Proceedings of the 2014 CoNEXT on Student Workshop
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Various web components and JavaScripts have been used for collecting personal identifiable information resulting in privacy concerns. Although several privacy preserving tools have been proposed to limit online advertising and tracking their use has been limited and mostly limited to tech-savvy audience. In addition to poor and manual filtering-list maintenance ...
Keywords: javascript, web-tracking, privacy, security



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