Security Papers from the 2010s

This webpage is an attempt to assemble a ranking of top-cited security papers from the 2010s. The ranking has been created based on citations of papers published at top security conferences. More details are available here.

Top-cited papers from 2019 ⌄

  1. 1
    Paul Kocher, Jann Horn, Anders Fogh, Daniel Genkin, Daniel Gruss, Werner Haas, Mike Hamburg, Moritz Lipp, Stefan Mangard, Thomas Prescher, Michael Schwarz, and Yuval Yarom:
    Spectre Attacks: Exploiting Speculative Execution.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2019
    573 cites at Google Scholar
    16334% above average of year
    Last visited: Oct-2019
    Paper: DOI
  2. 2
    Guoxing Chen, Sanchuan Chen, Yuan Xiao, Yinqian Zhang, Zhiqiang Lin, and Ten-Hwang Lai:
    SgxPectre: Stealing Intel Secrets from SGX Enclaves Via Speculative Execution.
    IEEE European Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2019
    82 cites at Google Scholar
    2252% above average of year
    Last visited: Oct-2019
    Paper: DOI
  3. 3
    Raymond Cheng, Fan Zhang, Jernej Kos, Warren He, Nicholas Hynes, Noah M. Johnson, Ari Juels, Andrew Miller, and Dawn Song:
    Ekiden: A Platform for Confidentiality-Preserving, Trustworthy, and Performant Smart Contracts.
    IEEE European Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2019
    64 cites at Google Scholar
    1736% above average of year
    Last visited: Oct-2019
    Paper: DOI
  4. 4
    Michael Schwarz, Martin Schwarzl, Moritz Lipp, Jon Masters, and Daniel Gruss:
    NetSpectre: Read Arbitrary Memory over Network.
    European Symposium on Research in Computer Security (ESORICS), 2019
    35 cites at Google Scholar
    904% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  5. 5
    Mathias Lécuyer, Vaggelis Atlidakis, Roxana Geambasu, Daniel Hsu, and Suman Jana:
    Certified Robustness to Adversarial Examples with Differential Privacy.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2019
    35 cites at Google Scholar
    904% above average of year
    Last visited: Oct-2019
    Paper: DOI
  6. 6
    Claudio Canella, Jo Van Bulck, Michael Schwarz, Moritz Lipp, Benjamin von Berg, Philipp Ortner, Frank Piessens, Dmitry Evtyushkin, and Daniel Gruss:
    A Systematic Evaluation of Transient Execution Attacks and Defenses.
    USENIX Security Symposium, 2019
    31 cites at Google Scholar
    789% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  7. 7
    Ahmed Salem, Yang Zhang, Mathias Humbert, Pascal Berrang, Mario Fritz, and Michael Backes:
    ML-Leaks: Model and Data Independent Membership Inference Attacks and Defenses on Machine Learning Models.
    Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS), 2019
    31 cites at Google Scholar
    789% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  8. 8
    Luca Melis, Congzheng Song, Emiliano De Cristofaro, and Vitaly Shmatikov:
    Exploiting Unintended Feature Leakage in Collaborative Learning.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2019
    25 cites at Google Scholar
    617% above average of year
    Last visited: Oct-2019
    Paper: DOI
  9. 9
    David Rupprecht, Katharina Kohls, Thorsten Holz, and Christina Pöpper:
    Breaking LTE on Layer Two.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2019
    23 cites at Google Scholar
    560% above average of year
    Last visited: Oct-2019
    Paper: DOI
  10. 10
    Lea Schönherr, Katharina Kohls, Steffen Zeiler, Thorsten Holz, and Dorothea Kolossa:
    Adversarial Attacks Against Automatic Speech Recognition Systems via Psychoacoustic Hiding.
    Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS), 2019
    21 cites at Google Scholar
    502% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI

Top-cited papers from 2018 ⌄

  1. 1
    Weilin Xu, David Evans, and Yanjun Qi:
    Feature Squeezing: Detecting Adversarial Examples in Deep Neural Networks.
    Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS), 2018
    284 cites at Google Scholar
    2569% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  2. 2
    Moritz Lipp, Michael Schwarz, Daniel Gruss, Thomas Prescher, Werner Haas, Anders Fogh, Jann Horn, Stefan Mangard, Paul Kocher, Daniel Genkin, Yuval Yarom, and Mike Hamburg:
    Meltdown: Reading Kernel Memory from User Space.
    USENIX Security Symposium, 2018
    208 cites at Google Scholar
    1855% above average of year
    Last visited: Oct-2019
    Paper: DOI
  3. 3
    Jo Van Bulck, Marina Minkin, Ofir Weisse, Daniel Genkin, Baris Kasikci, Frank Piessens, Mark Silberstein, Thomas F. Wenisch, Yuval Yarom, and Raoul Strackx:
    Foreshadow: Extracting the Keys to the Intel SGX Kingdom with Transient Out-of-Order Execution.
    USENIX Security Symposium, 2018
    175 cites at Google Scholar
    1545% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  4. 4
    Joppe W. Bos, Léo Ducas, Eike Kiltz, Tancrède Lepoint, Vadim Lyubashevsky, John M. Schanck, Peter Schwabe, Gregor Seiler, and Damien Stehlé:
    CRYSTALS - Kyber: A CCA-Secure Module-Lattice-Based KEM.
    IEEE European Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2018
    134 cites at Google Scholar
    1159% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  5. 5
    Eleftherios Kokoris-Kogias, Philipp Jovanovic, Linus Gasser, Nicolas Gailly, Ewa Syta, and Bryan Ford:
    OmniLedger: A Secure, Scale-Out, Decentralized Ledger via Sharding.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2018
    122 cites at Google Scholar
    1047% above average of year
    Last visited: Oct-2019
    Paper: DOI
  6. 6
    Timon Gehr, Matthew Mirman, Dana Drachsler-Cohen, Petar Tsankov, Swarat Chaudhuri, and Martin T. Vechev:
    AI2: Safety and Robustness Certification of Neural Networks with Abstract Interpretation.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2018
    113 cites at Google Scholar
    962% above average of year
    Last visited: Oct-2019
    Paper: DOI
  7. 7
    Ivica Nikolic, Aashish Kolluri, Ilya Sergey, Prateek Saxena, and Aquinas Hobor:
    Finding The Greedy, Prodigal, and Suicidal Contracts at Scale.
    Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC), 2018
    100 cites at Google Scholar
    840% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  8. 8
    Petar Tsankov, Andrei Marian Dan, Dana Drachsler-Cohen, Arthur Gervais, Florian Bünzli, and Martin T. Vechev:
    Securify: Practical Security Analysis of Smart Contracts.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2018
    84 cites at Google Scholar
    690% above average of year
    Last visited: Oct-2019
    Paper: DOI
  9. 9
    Benedikt Bünz, Jonathan Bootle, Dan Boneh, Andrew Poelstra, Pieter Wuille, and Greg Maxwell:
    Bulletproofs: Short Proofs for Confidential Transactions and More.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2018
    83 cites at Google Scholar
    680% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  10. 10
    Peng Chen and Hao Chen:
    Angora: Efficient Fuzzing by Principled Search.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2018
    76 cites at Google Scholar
    614% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI

Top-cited papers from 2017 ⌄

  1. 1
    Nicholas Carlini and David A. Wagner:
    Towards Evaluating the Robustness of Neural Networks.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2017
    1178 cites at Google Scholar
    4389% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  2. 2
    Manos Antonakakis, Tim April, Michael Bailey, Matt Bernhard, Elie Bursztein, Jaime Cochran, Zakir Durumeric, J. Alex Halderman, Luca Invernizzi, Michalis Kallitsis, Deepak Kumar, Chaz Lever, Zane Ma, Joshua Mason, Damian Menscher, Chad Seaman, Nick Sullivan, Kurt Thomas, and Yi Zhou:
    Understanding the Mirai Botnet.
    USENIX Security Symposium, 2017
    327 cites at Google Scholar
    1146% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  3. 3
    Reza Shokri, Marco Stronati, Congzheng Song, and Vitaly Shmatikov:
    Membership Inference Attacks Against Machine Learning Models.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2017
    296 cites at Google Scholar
    1028% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  4. 4
    Dongyu Meng and Hao Chen:
    MagNet: A Two-Pronged Defense against Adversarial Examples.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2017
    237 cites at Google Scholar
    803% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  5. 5
    Eyal Ronen, Adi Shamir, Achi-Or Weingarten, and Colin O'Flynn:
    IoT Goes Nuclear: Creating a ZigBee Chain Reaction.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2017
    220 cites at Google Scholar
    738% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  6. 6
    Payman Mohassel and Yupeng Zhang:
    SecureML: A System for Scalable Privacy-Preserving Machine Learning.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2017
    206 cites at Google Scholar
    685% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  7. 7
    Sangho Lee, Ming-Wei Shih, Prasun Gera, Taesoo Kim, Hyesoon Kim, and Marcus Peinado:
    Inferring Fine-grained Control Flow Inside SGX Enclaves with Branch Shadowing.
    USENIX Security Symposium, 2017
    173 cites at Google Scholar
    559% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  8. 8
    Sanjay Rawat, Vivek Jain, Ashish Kumar, Lucian Cojocar, Cristiano Giuffrida, and Herbert Bos:
    VUzzer: Application-aware Evolutionary Fuzzing.
    Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS), 2017
    166 cites at Google Scholar
    533% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  9. 9
    Keith Bonawitz, Vladimir Ivanov, Ben Kreuter, Antonio Marcedone, H. Brendan McMahan, Sarvar Patel, Daniel Ramage, Aaron Segal, and Karn Seth:
    Practical Secure Aggregation for Privacy-Preserving Machine Learning.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2017
    162 cites at Google Scholar
    517% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  10. 10
    Ming-Wei Shih, Sangho Lee, Taesoo Kim, and Marcus Peinado:
    T-SGX: Eradicating Controlled-Channel Attacks Against Enclave Programs.
    Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS), 2017
    156 cites at Google Scholar
    495% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI

Top-cited papers from 2016 ⌄

  1. 1
    Nicolas Papernot, Patrick D. McDaniel, Somesh Jha, Matt Fredrikson, Z. Berkay Celik, and Ananthram Swami:
    The Limitations of Deep Learning in Adversarial Settings.
    IEEE European Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2016
    947 cites at Google Scholar
    1894% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  2. 2
    Ahmed E. Kosba, Andrew Miller, Elaine Shi, Zikai Wen, and Charalampos Papamanthou:
    Hawk: The Blockchain Model of Cryptography and Privacy-Preserving Smart Contracts.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2016
    800 cites at Google Scholar
    1584% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  3. 3
    Nicolas Papernot, Patrick D. McDaniel, Xi Wu, Somesh Jha, and Ananthram Swami:
    Distillation as a Defense to Adversarial Perturbations Against Deep Neural Networks.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2016
    791 cites at Google Scholar
    1565% above average of year
    Last visited: Aug-2019
    Paper: DOI
  4. 4
    Martín Abadi, Andy Chu, Ian J. Goodfellow, H. Brendan McMahan, Ilya Mironov, Kunal Talwar, and Li Zhang:
    Deep Learning with Differential Privacy.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2016
    591 cites at Google Scholar
    1144% above average of year
    Last visited: Oct-2019
    Paper: DOI
  5. 5
    Loi Luu, Duc-Hiep Chu, Hrishi Olickel, Prateek Saxena, and Aquinas Hobor:
    Making Smart Contracts Smarter.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2016
    533 cites at Google Scholar
    1022% above average of year
    Last visited: Oct-2019
    Paper: DOI
  6. 6
    Arthur Gervais, Ghassan O. Karame, Karl Wüst, Vasileios Glykantzis, Hubert Ritzdorf, and Srdjan Capkun:
    On the Security and Performance of Proof of Work Blockchains.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2016
    437 cites at Google Scholar
    820% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  7. 7
    Erdem Alkim, Léo Ducas, Thomas Pöppelmann, and Peter Schwabe:
    Post-quantum Key Exchange - A New Hope.
    USENIX Security Symposium, 2016
    407 cites at Google Scholar
    757% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  8. 8
    Mahmood Sharif, Sruti Bhagavatula, Lujo Bauer, and Michael K. Reiter:
    Accessorize to a Crime: Real and Stealthy Attacks on State-of-the-Art Face Recognition.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2016
    341 cites at Google Scholar
    618% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  9. 9
    Florian Tramèr, Fan Zhang, Ari Juels, Michael K. Reiter, and Thomas Ristenpart:
    Stealing Machine Learning Models via Prediction APIs.
    USENIX Security Symposium, 2016
    315 cites at Google Scholar
    563% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  10. 10
    Nick Stephens, John Grosen, Christopher Salls, Andrew Dutcher, Ruoyu Wang, Jacopo Corbetta, Yan Shoshitaishvili, Christopher Kruegel, and Giovanni Vigna:
    Driller: Augmenting Fuzzing Through Selective Symbolic Execution.
    Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS), 2016
    310 cites at Google Scholar
    553% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI

Top-cited papers from 2015 ⌄

  1. 1
    Joseph Bonneau, Andrew Miller, Jeremy Clark, Arvind Narayanan, Joshua A. Kroll, and Edward W. Felten:
    SoK: Research Perspectives and Challenges for Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2015
    608 cites at Google Scholar
    1019% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  2. 2
    Fangfei Liu, Yuval Yarom, Qian Ge, Gernot Heiser, and Ruby B. Lee:
    Last-Level Cache Side-Channel Attacks are Practical.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2015
    463 cites at Google Scholar
    752% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  3. 3
    Reza Shokri and Vitaly Shmatikov:
    Privacy-Preserving Deep Learning.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2015
    410 cites at Google Scholar
    655% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  4. 4
    Yuanzhong Xu, Weidong Cui, and Marcus Peinado:
    Controlled-Channel Attacks: Deterministic Side Channels for Untrusted Operating Systems.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2015
    372 cites at Google Scholar
    585% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  5. 5
    Felix Schuster, Manuel Costa, Cédric Fournet, Christos Gkantsidis, Marcus Peinado, Gloria Mainar-Ruiz, and Mark Russinovich:
    VC3: Trustworthy Data Analytics in the Cloud Using SGX.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2015
    363 cites at Google Scholar
    568% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  6. 6
    David Adrian, Karthikeyan Bhargavan, Zakir Durumeric, Pierrick Gaudry, Matthew Green, J. Alex Halderman, Nadia Heninger, Drew Springall, Emmanuel Thomé, Luke Valenta, Benjamin VanderSloot, Eric Wustrow, Santiago Zanella Béguelin, and Paul Zimmermann:
    Imperfect Forward Secrecy: How Diffie-Hellman Fails in Practice.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2015
    355 cites at Google Scholar
    553% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  7. 7
    Raphael Bost, Raluca Ada Popa, Stephen Tu, and Shafi Goldwasser:
    Machine Learning Classification over Encrypted Data.
    Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS), 2015
    340 cites at Google Scholar
    526% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  8. 8
    Ethan Heilman, Alison Kendler, Aviv Zohar, and Sharon Goldberg:
    Eclipse Attacks on Bitcoin's Peer-to-Peer Network.
    USENIX Security Symposium, 2015
    311 cites at Google Scholar
    472% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  9. 9
    Matt Fredrikson, Somesh Jha, and Thomas Ristenpart:
    Model Inversion Attacks that Exploit Confidence Information and Basic Countermeasures.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2015
    307 cites at Google Scholar
    465% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  10. 10
    Michael I. Gordon, Deokhwan Kim, Jeff H. Perkins, Limei Gilham, Nguyen Nguyen, and Martin C. Rinard:
    Information Flow Analysis of Android Applications in DroidSafe.
    Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS), 2015
    292 cites at Google Scholar
    437% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI

Top-cited papers from 2014 ⌄

  1. 1
    Daniel Arp, Michael Spreitzenbarth, Malte Hubner, Hugo Gascon, and Konrad Rieck:
    DREBIN: Effective and Explainable Detection of Android Malware in Your Pocket.
    Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS), 2014
    1024 cites at Google Scholar
    1401% above average of year
    Last visited: Oct-2019
    Paper: DOI
  2. 2
    Eli Ben-Sasson, Alessandro Chiesa, Christina Garman, Matthew Green, Ian Miers, Eran Tromer, and Madars Virza:
    Zerocash: Decentralized Anonymous Payments from Bitcoin.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2014
    691 cites at Google Scholar
    913% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  3. 3
    Yuval Yarom and Katrina Falkner:
    FLUSH+RELOAD: A High Resolution, Low Noise, L3 Cache Side-Channel Attack.
    USENIX Security Symposium, 2014
    646 cites at Google Scholar
    847% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  4. 4
    Úlfar Erlingsson, Vasyl Pihur, and Aleksandra Korolova:
    RAPPOR: Randomized Aggregatable Privacy-Preserving Ordinal Response.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2014
    545 cites at Google Scholar
    699% above average of year
    Last visited: Oct-2019
    Paper: DOI
  5. 5
    David Cash, Joseph Jaeger, Stanislaw Jarecki, Charanjit S. Jutla, Hugo Krawczyk, Marcel-Catalin Rosu, and Michael Steiner:
    Dynamic Searchable Encryption in Very-Large Databases: Data Structures and Implementation.
    Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS), 2014
    413 cites at Google Scholar
    505% above average of year
    Last visited: Oct-2019
    Paper: DOI
  6. 6
    Gunes Acar, Christian Eubank, Steven Englehardt, Marc Juárez, Arvind Narayanan, and Claudia Díaz:
    The Web Never Forgets: Persistent Tracking Mechanisms in the Wild.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2014
    387 cites at Google Scholar
    467% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  7. 7
    Fengguo Wei, Sankardas Roy, Xinming Ou, and Robby:
    Amandroid: A Precise and General Inter-component Data Flow Analysis Framework for Security Vetting of Android Apps.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2014
    312 cites at Google Scholar
    357% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  8. 8
    Enes Göktas, Elias Athanasopoulos, Herbert Bos, and Georgios Portokalidis:
    Out of Control: Overcoming Control-Flow Integrity.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2014
    303 cites at Google Scholar
    344% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  9. 9
    Mu Zhang, Yue Duan, Heng Yin, and Zhiruo Zhao:
    Semantics-Aware Android Malware Classification Using Weighted Contextual API Dependency Graphs.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2014
    283 cites at Google Scholar
    315% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  10. 10
    Lucas Davi, Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi, Daniel Lehmann, and Fabian Monrose:
    Stitching the Gadgets: On the Ineffectiveness of Coarse-Grained Control-Flow Integrity Protection.
    USENIX Security Symposium, 2014
    277 cites at Google Scholar
    306% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI

Top-cited papers from 2013 ⌄

  1. 1
    Emil Stefanov, Marten van Dijk, Elaine Shi, Christopher W. Fletcher, Ling Ren, Xiangyao Yu, and Srinivas Devadas:
    Path ORAM: an extremely simple oblivious RAM protocol.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2013
    577 cites at Google Scholar
    585% above average of year
    Last visited: Aug-2019
    Paper: DOI
  2. 2
    Ian Miers, Christina Garman, Matthew Green, and Aviel D. Rubin:
    Zerocoin: Anonymous Distributed E-Cash from Bitcoin.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2013
    562 cites at Google Scholar
    567% above average of year
    Last visited: Oct-2019
    Paper: DOI
  3. 3
    Seungwon Shin, Phillip A. Porras, Vinod Yegneswaran, Martin W. Fong, Guofei Gu, and Mabry Tyson:
    FRESCO: Modular Composable Security Services for Software-Defined Networks.
    Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS), 2013
    557 cites at Google Scholar
    561% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  4. 4
    Miguel E. Andrés, Nicolás Emilio Bordenabe, Konstantinos Chatzikokolakis, and Catuscia Palamidessi:
    Geo-indistinguishability: differential privacy for location-based systems.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2013
    517 cites at Google Scholar
    513% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  5. 5
    Bryan Parno, Jon Howell, Craig Gentry, and Mariana Raykova:
    Pinocchio: Nearly Practical Verifiable Computation.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2013
    493 cites at Google Scholar
    485% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  6. 6
    Zakir Durumeric, Eric Wustrow, and J. Alex Halderman:
    ZMap: Fast Internet-wide Scanning and Its Security Applications.
    USENIX Security Symposium, 2013
    467 cites at Google Scholar
    454% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  7. 7
    Sriram Keelveedhi, Mihir Bellare, and Thomas Ristenpart:
    DupLESS: Server-Aided Encryption for Deduplicated Storage.
    USENIX Security Symposium, 2013
    440 cites at Google Scholar
    422% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  8. 8
    Seungwon Shin, Vinod Yegneswaran, Phillip A. Porras, and Guofei Gu:
    AVANT-GUARD: scalable and vigilant switch flow management in software-defined networks.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2013
    436 cites at Google Scholar
    417% above average of year
    Last visited: Oct-2019
    Paper: DOI
  9. 9
    Laszlo Szekeres, Mathias Payer, Tao Wei, and Dawn Song:
    SoK: Eternal War in Memory.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2013
    412 cites at Google Scholar
    389% above average of year
    Last visited: Oct-2019
    Paper: DOI
  10. 10
    Damien Octeau, Patrick D. McDaniel, Somesh Jha, Alexandre Bartel, Eric Bodden, Jacques Klein, and Yves Le Traon:
    Effective Inter-Component Communication Mapping in Android: An Essential Step Towards Holistic Security Analysis.
    USENIX Security Symposium, 2013
    406 cites at Google Scholar
    382% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI

Top-cited papers from 2012 ⌄

  1. 1
    Yajin Zhou and Xuxian Jiang:
    Dissecting Android Malware: Characterization and Evolution.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2012
    1938 cites at Google Scholar
    1746% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  2. 2
    Yajin Zhou, Zhi Wang, Wu Zhou, and Xuxian Jiang:
    Hey, You, Get Off of My Market: Detecting Malicious Apps in Official and Alternative Android Markets.
    Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS), 2012
    887 cites at Google Scholar
    745% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  3. 3
    Lok-Kwong Yan and Heng Yin:
    DroidScope: Seamlessly Reconstructing the OS and Dalvik Semantic Views for Dynamic Android Malware Analysis.
    USENIX Security Symposium, 2012
    767 cites at Google Scholar
    630% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  4. 4
    Joseph Bonneau, Cormac Herley, Paul C. van Oorschot, and Frank Stajano:
    The Quest to Replace Passwords: A Framework for Comparative Evaluation of Web Authentication Schemes.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2012
    723 cites at Google Scholar
    589% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  5. 5
    Yinqian Zhang, Ari Juels, Michael K. Reiter, and Thomas Ristenpart:
    Cross-VM side channels and their use to extract private keys.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2012
    681 cites at Google Scholar
    549% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  6. 6
    Seny Kamara, Charalampos Papamanthou, and Tom Roeder:
    Dynamic searchable symmetric encryption.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2012
    668 cites at Google Scholar
    536% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  7. 7
    Kathy Wain Yee Au, Yi Fan Zhou, Zhen Huang, and David Lie:
    PScout: analyzing the Android permission specification.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2012
    644 cites at Google Scholar
    513% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  8. 8
    Long Lu, Zhichun Li, Zhenyu Wu, Wenke Lee, and Guofei Jiang:
    CHEX: statically vetting Android apps for component hijacking vulnerabilities.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2012
    591 cites at Google Scholar
    463% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  9. 9
    Joseph Bonneau:
    The Science of Guessing: Analyzing an Anonymized Corpus of 70 Million Passwords.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2012
    543 cites at Google Scholar
    417% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  10. 10
    Michael C. Grace, Yajin Zhou, Zhi Wang, and Xuxian Jiang:
    Systematic Detection of Capability Leaks in Stock Android Smartphones.
    Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS), 2012
    499 cites at Google Scholar
    375% above average of year
    Last visited: Aug-2019
    Paper: DOI

Top-cited papers from 2011 ⌄

  1. 1
    Adrienne Porter Felt, Erika Chin, Steve Hanna, Dawn Song, and David A. Wagner:
    Android permissions demystified.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2011
    1504 cites at Google Scholar
    1186% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  2. 2
    Stephen Checkoway, Damon McCoy, Brian Kantor, Danny Anderson, Hovav Shacham, Stefan Savage, Karl Koscher, Alexei Czeskis, Franziska Roesner, and Tadayoshi Kohno:
    Comprehensive Experimental Analyses of Automotive Attack Surfaces.
    USENIX Security Symposium, 2011
    1097 cites at Google Scholar
    838% above average of year
    Last visited: Oct-2019
    Paper: DOI
  3. 3
    William Enck, Damien Octeau, Patrick D. McDaniel, and Swarat Chaudhuri:
    A Study of Android Application Security.
    USENIX Security Symposium, 2011
    1077 cites at Google Scholar
    821% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  4. 4
    Adrienne Porter Felt, Helen J. Wang, Alexander Moshchuk, Steve Hanna, and Erika Chin:
    Permission Re-Delegation: Attacks and Defenses.
    USENIX Security Symposium, 2011
    605 cites at Google Scholar
    417% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  5. 5
    Yan Huang, David Evans, Jonathan Katz, and Lior Malka:
    Faster Secure Two-Party Computation Using Garbled Circuits.
    USENIX Security Symposium, 2011
    573 cites at Google Scholar
    390% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  6. 6
    Manuel Egele, Christopher Kruegel, Engin Kirda, and Giovanni Vigna:
    PiOS: Detecting Privacy Leaks in iOS Applications.
    Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS), 2011
    566 cites at Google Scholar
    384% above average of year
    Last visited: Oct-2019
    Paper: DOI
  7. 7
    Reza Shokri, George Theodorakopoulos, Jean-Yves Le Boudec, and Jean-Pierre Hubaux:
    Quantifying Location Privacy.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2011
    564 cites at Google Scholar
    382% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  8. 8
    Matthew Green, Susan Hohenberger, and Brent Waters:
    Outsourcing the Decryption of ABE Ciphertexts.
    USENIX Security Symposium, 2011
    547 cites at Google Scholar
    368% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  9. 9
    Leyla Bilge, Engin Kirda, Christopher Kruegel, and Marco Balduzzi:
    EXPOSURE: Finding Malicious Domains Using Passive DNS Analysis.
    Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS), 2011
    530 cites at Google Scholar
    353% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  10. 10
    Shai Halevi, Danny Harnik, Benny Pinkas, and Alexandra Shulman-Peleg:
    Proofs of ownership in remote storage systems.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2011
    510 cites at Google Scholar
    336% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI

Top-cited papers from 2010 ⌄

  1. 1
    Karl Koscher, Alexei Czeskis, Franziska Roesner, Shwetak Patel, Tadayoshi Kohno, Stephen Checkoway, Damon McCoy, Brian Kantor, Danny Anderson, Hovav Shacham, and Stefan Savage:
    Experimental Security Analysis of a Modern Automobile.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2010
    1287 cites at Google Scholar
    1038% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  2. 2
    Robin Sommer and Vern Paxson:
    Outside the Closed World: On Using Machine Learning for Network Intrusion Detection.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2010
    962 cites at Google Scholar
    751% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  3. 3
    Gianluca Stringhini, Christopher Kruegel, and Giovanni Vigna:
    Detecting spammers on social networks.
    Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC), 2010
    695 cites at Google Scholar
    515% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  4. 4
    Edward J. Schwartz, Thanassis Avgerinos, and David Brumley:
    All You Ever Wanted to Know about Dynamic Taint Analysis and Forward Symbolic Execution (but Might Have Been Afraid to Ask).
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2010
    633 cites at Google Scholar
    460% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  5. 5
    Jonathan M. McCune, Yanlin Li, Ning Qu, Zongwei Zhou, Anupam Datta, Virgil D. Gligor, and Adrian Perrig:
    TrustVisor: Efficient TCB Reduction and Attestation.
    IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 2010
    602 cites at Google Scholar
    433% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  6. 6
    Chris Grier, Kurt Thomas, Vern Paxson, and Chao Michael Zhang:
    @spam: the underground on 140 characters or less.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2010
    597 cites at Google Scholar
    428% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  7. 7
    Ulrich Rührmair, Frank Sehnke, Jan Sölter, Gideon Dror, Srinivas Devadas, and Jürgen Schmidhuber:
    Modeling attacks on physical unclonable functions.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2010
    596 cites at Google Scholar
    427% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  8. 8
    David Barrera, Hilmi Günes Kayacik, Paul C. van Oorschot, and Anil Somayaji:
    A methodology for empirical analysis of permission-based security models and its application to android.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2010
    561 cites at Google Scholar
    396% above average of year
    Last visited: Oct-2019
    Paper: DOI
  9. 9
    Stephen Checkoway, Lucas Davi, Alexandra Dmitrienko, Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi, Hovav Shacham, and Marcel Winandy:
    Return-oriented programming without returns.
    ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2010
    489 cites at Google Scholar
    333% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI
  10. 10
    Zi Chu, Steven Gianvecchio, Haining Wang, and Sushil Jajodia:
    Who is tweeting on Twitter: human, bot, or cyborg?
    Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC), 2010
    484 cites at Google Scholar
    328% above average of year
    Last visited: Sep-2019
    Paper: DOI