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Social Snapshot Pilot – Completed

In the past six month 97 people participated in our social snapshot pilot survey. As of now, the pilot application is not available for public testing anymore. We are currently working an updated release of our social snapshot framework, with plenty of new functionality and performance improvements. So stay tuned for the upcoming release of […]

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Social Snapshots and Gephi

We will present a new tool to extract the complete account information from social networks, like Facebook, at this years’ ACSAC. More information on the social snapshot project are also available here:  Social Snapshots: Digital Forensics for Online Social Networks Currently I am looking for ways to visualize extracted data from Facebook. Gephi is a […]

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Dropbox Security: Dark Clouds on the Horizon at USENIX’11

Back in March 2010 we started an investigation into online file storage services and Dropbox in particular. Sebastian and Manuel started to disassemble the Dropbox binary and in essence created an alternative client by patching its crypto libraries. In the months that followed we found a number of security flaws with Dropbox. In November 2010 […]