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Paper: “The 2010 IDN Homograph Attack Mitigation Survey”

Title: The 2010 IDN Homograph Attack Mitigation Survey Authors: Peter Hannay, Christopher Bolan Abstract The advent of internationalised domains has introduced a new threat with the non-english character sets allowing visual mimicry of common domain names. Whilst this phenomenon remains … Continue reading

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Paper: “Geotagging where Cyberspace comes to your Place”

Title: Geotagging where Cyberspace comes to your Place Authors: Craig Valli, Peter Hannay Abstract The combination of GPS services and information technology is increasing with the use of geotagging now occurring as a default action in many commodity based devices … Continue reading

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Paper: “Satellite Navigation Forensics Techniques – Research In Progress”

Title: Satellite Navigation Forensics Techniques – Research In Progress Authors: Peter Hannay Abstract Satellite navigation systems are becoming increasingly common for automotive use within the civilian population. This increase in use is of interest to forensic investigators as satellite navigation … Continue reading

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Paper: “The 2009 Personal Firewall Robustness Evaluation”

Title: The 2009 Personal Firewall Robustness Evaluation Authors: Ken Pydayya, Peter Hannay, Patryk Szewczyk Abstract The evolution of the internet as a platform for commerce, banking, general information and personal communications has resulted in a situation where many individuals who … Continue reading

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Paper: “An Assessment of Internationalised Domain Name Homograph Attack Mitigation Implementations”

Title: An Assessment of Internationalised Domain Name Homograph Attack Mitigation Implementations Authors: Peter Hannay, Christopher Bolan Abstract With the advent of internationalised domains the threat posed by non-english character sets has eventuated. Whilst this phenomenon remains well known in the … Continue reading

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Paper: “Freegate: A Defence against the Pending Censorship of Australia?”

Title: Freegate: A Defence against the Pending Censorship of Australia? Authors: Christopher Bolan, Peter Hannay Abstract The commencement of a trial of Internet Service Provider (ISP) level content filtering as a precursor to nation wide mandatory content filters in Australia … Continue reading

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Paper: “Fun & Games: an Introduction to Console Forensics”

Title: Fun & Games: an Introduction to Console Forensics Authors: Peter Hannay Abstract The scope of functionality provided by video game consoles has been consistently expanding to encompass features that were once limited to general purpose personal computers. This expansion … Continue reading

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Paper: “Subverting National Internet Censorship – An Investigation into Existing Tools and Techniques”

Title: Subverting National Internet Censorship – An Investigation into existing Tools and Techniques Authors: Jason Smart, Kyle Tedeschi, Daniel Meakins, Peter Hannay, Christopher Bolan Abstract The announcement of a trial of a National  level internet filter in Australia has caused … Continue reading

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Paper: “Cold Boot Memory Acquisition: An Investigation into Memory Freezing and Data Retention Claims”

Title: Cold boot memory aquisition: An investigation into memory freezing and data retention claims Authors: Peter Hannay, Andrew Woodward Abstract A number of claims have been made regarding cold boot memory acquisition techniques. There are numerous potential applications for these … Continue reading

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Paper: “Forensic implications of using the FireWire memory exploit with Microsoft Windows XP”

Title: Forensic implications of using the FireWire memory exploit with Microsoft Windows XP Authors: Andrew Woodward, Peter Hannay Abstract This paper examined the forensic implications of using the FireWire direct memory access function with Windows XP. If a direct connection … Continue reading

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