You Are Who You Appear to Be: A Longitudinal Study of Domain Impersonation in TLS Certificates
Proceedings of the 2019 ACM SIGSAC Conference on Computer and Communications Security, pp. 2489-2504, 2019.
The public key infrastructure (PKI) provides the fundamental property of authentication: the means by which users can know with whom they are communicating online. The PKI ensures end-to-end authenticity insofar as it verifies a chain of certificates, but the true final step in end-to-end authentication comes when the user verifies that t...More
Full Text (Upload PDF)
PPT (Upload PPT)