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DIMVA
2011
10 years 10 months ago
Reverse Social Engineering Attacks in Online Social Networks
Social networks are some of the largest and fastest growing online services today. Facebook, for example, has been ranked as the second most visited site on the Internet, and has b...
Danesh Irani, Marco Balduzzi, Davide Balzarotti, E...
CSE
2009
IEEE
12 years 1 months ago
Large Online Social Footprints-An Emerging Threat
—We study large online social footprints by collecting data on 13,990 active users. After parsing data from 10 of the 15 most popular social networking sites, we find that a use...
Danesh Irani, Steve Webb, Kang Li, Calton Pu
CSE
2009
IEEE
12 years 1 months ago
Towards Automating Social Engineering Using Social Networking Sites
—A growing number of people use social networking sites to foster social relationships among each other. While the advantages of the provided services are obvious, drawbacks on a...
Markus Huber, Stewart Kowalski, Marcus Nohlberg, S...
UIST
2009
ACM
12 years 1 months ago
Collabio: a game for annotating people within social networks
We present Collabio, a social tagging game within an online social network that encourages friends to tag one another. Collabio’s approach of incentivizing members of the social...
Michael Bernstein, Desney S. Tan, Greg Smith, Mary...
SIGCOMM
2010
ACM
11 years 6 months ago
The little engine(s) that could: scaling online social networks
The difficulty of scaling Online Social Networks (OSNs) has introduced new system design challenges that has often caused costly re-architecting for services like Twitter and Face...
Josep M. Pujol, Vijay Erramilli, Georgos Siganos, ...
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