Network Security and Privacy
Research Lab @ KAIST
Welcome to Network Security and Privacy Research Lab, School of Computing, KAIST.
카이스트 네트워크 보안 및 프라이버시 연구실입니다.
We have multiple positions open: PhD/master students and graduate/undergraduate interns.
If you are interested, please send me an email with your cv and schedule a call or a meeting.
(2022/01) One new undergrad intern is joining our group. Welcome Mintae Kim (Postech ITC)!
(2021/12) Two new undergrad interns are joining our group. Welcome Seohee Lee (KAIST CS) and Junhyun Jang (KAIST CS)!
(2021/12) Min Suk gave a talk at Department of Information and Communication Engineering at DGIST on Blockchain Security.
(2021/11) Our recent work on measuring block synchronization in Bitcoin has been accepted to FC 2022. Congrats to Seungjin, Hocheol, Yongwoo, and Muoi!
(2021/10) Min Suk had an interview with Arirang News In-Depth on Cyber Warfare and Ransomware.
(2021/09) We publish our recent findings on weak block synchronization in Bitcoin (Cryptology ePrint Archive: Report 2021/1282).
(2021/09) Min Suk is giving a talk at CS department at Yonsei University on Blockchain Security.
(2021/09) A new master student is joining our group. Welcome Hocheol Nam (KAIST GSIS)!
(2021/07) Our work on Defending against Network-Sybil Attacks in Bitcoin has been presented at The third workshop on Theory and Practice of Blockchains 2021. See the full presentation YouTube by Muoi Tran!
(2021/07) A new undergrad intern joins our group. Welcome Hobin Kim (KAIST CS)!
(2021/03) Our recent work on Identifying DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) messages using Machine Learning has been accepted to IEEE EuroS&P 2021. Congrats to Levi and Himanshu!
(2021/02) Our recent work on Defending against Network-Sybil Attacks in Bitcoin has been accepted to USENIX Security 2021. Congrats to Muoi and Akshaye!
(2021/02) Min Suk won the NRF Young Researcher Program (2021-2024) on the topic of 5G/6G system side-channel security analysis.
(2021/02) Three new master students are joining our group. Welcome Byoungjun Choi (KAIST GSIS), Yong Woo Oh (KAIST GSIS), and SeungJin Baek (KAIST CS)!
(2021/01) Three new undergrad interns are joining our group. Welcome JunSeoung Choi (KAIST CS), Wonhoi Kim (KAIST CS), and Yonatan Gizachew (KAIST EE)!
(2020/10) Min Suk presented at ISEC 2020 on New Trends in Enterprise Network Security in the Post-COVID Era.
(2020/09) Our recent work on Location Privacy Attack in Modern Cellular Networks has been accepted to USENIX Security 2021. Congrats to Nitya!
(2020/09) Min Suk presented at the Graduate School Seminar at UNIST.
(2020/08) Min Suk is joining School of Computing at KAIST from 26 Aug 2020.
(2020/03) Our recent work on Amplification DDoS defense utilizing programmable switches is accepted for presentation at IEEE NetSoft 2020. Congrats to Khooi!
(2019/10) Muoi Tran (4th-year PhD) has won the 2019 Microsoft Research Asia Fellowship. Congrats to Muoi!
(2019/10) Our recent work on DoS against Open vSwitches is accepted for presentation at the Open vSwitch 2019 Fall Conference. Congrats to Levente! paper
(2019/09) I was invited to give a talk on DDoS/Bitcoin attacks at KAIST, DGIST, Postech, Korea Univ, Tsinghua Univ. Talk slides can be found here.
(2019/09) Our paper on a novel Denial-of-Service attack against Open vSwitches has been accepted to ACM CoNEXT 2019. Congrats to Levente!
(2019/09) Institute for Information Industry (III), Taiwan funded our work on 5G security. Thanks III!
(2019/08) Our Erebus Bitcoin attack project webpage has been revamped! Please check this out.
(2019/08) Muoi Tran (4th-year PhD) receives Dean’s Graduate Research Excellence Award. Congrats to Muoi!
(2019/07) I was invited to give a talk on Bitcoin and 5G attacks at III, Taiwan.
(2019/05) Muoi Tran (3rd-year PhD) has been awarded President’s Graduate Fellowship (PGF). Congrats to Muoi!
(2019/03) Our paper on Verifiable In-network Filtering for DDoS Defense has been accepted to IEEE ICDCS 2019. Congrats to Deli and Muoi!
(2019/03) Our paper on Detecting Surveillance Camera Looping Attacks via Wi-Fi has been accepted to ACM WiSec 2019. Congrats to Nitya!