Third year computer engineering graduate student in the Network Security research group working under Eric Wustrow studying security and systems in the ECEE department at the University of Colorado Boulder.

I am currently working on Conjure, a next generation refraction networking scheme that provides active and passive probe resistance as well as enumeration resistance.

Recent Works

  • Running Refraction Networking for Real -- Benjamin VanderSloot, Sergey Frolov, Jack Wampler, Sze Chuen Tan, Irv Simpson, Michalis Kallitsis, J. Alex Halderman, Nikita Borisov, and Eric Wustrow -- Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies | Volume 2020: Issue 4 -- [paper] [slides] [video]
  • Detecting Probe-resistant Proxies -- Sergey Frolov, Jack Wampler, Eric Wustrow -- NDSS 2020 -- [paper]
  • Conjure: Summoning Proxies from Unused Address Space -- Sergey Frolov, Jack Wampler, Sze Chuen Tan, J. Alex Halderman, Nikita Borisov, Eric Wustrow -- ACM CCS 2019 -- [paper] [github] [slides]

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