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.
- App-Agnostic Post-Execution Semantic Analysis of Android In-Memory Forensics Artifacts
- Constrained Concealment Attacks against Reconstruction-based Anomaly Detectors in Industrial Control Systems
- DeepSIM: GPS Spoofing Detection on UAVs using Satellite Imagery Matching
- Double Patterns: A Usable Solution to Increase the Security of Android Unlock Patterns
- Dragonblood is Still Leaking: Practical Cache-based Side-Channel in the Wild
- Februus: Input Purification Defense Against Trojan Attacks on Deep Neural Network Systems
- Measuring the Effectiveness of Privacy Policies for Voice Assistant Applications
- On the Feasibility of Automating Stock Market Manipulation
- Policy-based Chameleon Hash for Blockchain Rewriting with Black-box Accountability
- Practical Over-Threshold Multi-Party Private Set Intersection
- Privacy-Preserving Production Process Parameter Exchange
- Quantifying measurement quality and load distribution in Tor
- Security Study of Service Worker Cross-Site Scripting
- Session Key Distribution Made Practical for CAN and CAN-FD Message Authentication
- Verify&Revive: Secure Detection and Recovery of Compromised Low-end Embedded Devices
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.
- AVClass2: Massive Malware Tag Extraction from AV Labels
- Cupid: Automatic Fuzzer Selection for Collaborative Fuzzing
- DPIFuzz: A Differential Fuzzing Framework to Detect DPI Elusion Strategies for QUIC
- Faulty Point Unit: ABI Poisoning Attacks on Intel SGX
- HeapExpo: Pinpointing Promoted Pointers to Prevent Use-After-Free Vulnerabilities
- Practical Fine-Grained Binary Code Randomization
- RusTEE: Developing Memory-Safe ARM TrustZone Applications
- SAIBERSOC: Synthetic Attack Injection to Benchmark and Evaluate the Performance of Security Operation Centers
- Understanding User Perceptions of Security and Privacy for Group Chat: A Survey of Users in the US and UK
- Up2Dep: Android Tool Support to Fix Insecure Code Dependencies