To help support the reproducibility for research results, ACSAC encourages authors of accepted papers to submit software they develop and datasets they use to perform their research and make them publicly available to the entire community. We believe that this is an important initiative that can help the entire community increase its reputation, and make research in the security field proceeds faster by taking advantage of systems previously built by other researchers. We thank all the authors who participated in this initiative, now in its third year!
For more details on the artifact evaluations process, please refer to the Call for Paper Artifacts.
Link Legend: GitHub Web archive
The artifacts associated with the research are found to be documented, consistent, complete, exercisable, and include appropriate evidence of verification and validation.
- Koinonia: Verifiable E-Voting with Long-term Privacy
- Detecting organized eCommerce fraud using scalable categorical clustering
- Will You Trust This TLS Certificate? Perceptions of People Working in IT
- SecDATAVIEW: A Secure Big Data Workflow Management System for Heterogeneous Computing Environments
- Opening Pandora's Box through ATFuzzer: Dynamic Analysis of AT Interface for Android Smartphones
- A Game of "Cut and Mouse": Bypassing Antivirus by Simulating User Inputs
- Proof of Aliveness
- Function Boundary Detection in Stripped Binaries
- Revisiting Utility Metrics for Location Privacy-Preserving Mechanisms
- Model Inversion Attacks Against Collaborative Inference
- Co-Evaluation of Pattern Matching Algorithms on IoT Devices with Embedded GPUs
- PDoT: Private DNS-over-TLS with TEE Support
The artifacts associated with the paper are of a quality that significantly exceeds minimal functionality. That is, they have all the qualities of the Artifacts Evaluated – Functional level, but, in addition, they are very carefully documented and well-structured to the extent that reuse and repurposing is facilitated. In particular, norms and standards of the research community for artifacts of this type are strictly adhered to.
- WooKey: Designing a Trusted and Efficient USB Device
- SIP Shaker: Software Integrity Protection Composition
- Out of Control: Stealthy Attacks Against Robotic Vehicles Protected by Control-based Techniques
- Speculator: A Tool to Analyze Speculative Execution Attacks and Mitigations
- Privacy Preserving Substring Search Protocol with Polylogarithmic Communication Cost
- STRIP: A Defence Against Trojan Attacks on Deep Neural Networks
- FuzzBuilder: Automated building greybox fuzzing environment for C/C++ library