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Simon Birnbach
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Wi-fly?: Detecting privacy invasion attacks by consumer drones
S Birnbach, R Baker, I Martinovic
Internet Society, 2017
48*2017
Peeves: Physical Event Verification in Smart Homes
S Birnbach, S Eberz, I Martinovic
Proceedings of the 2019 ACM SIGSAC Conference on Computer and Communications …, 2019
372019
Towards a statistical network calculus—Dealing with uncertainty in arrivals
MA Beck, SA Henningsen, SB Birnbach, JB Schmitt
IEEE INFOCOM 2014-IEEE Conference on Computer Communications, 2382-2390, 2014
82014
They See Me Rollin’: Inherent Vulnerability of the Rolling Shutter in CMOS Image Sensors
S Köhler, G Lovisotto, S Birnbach, R Baker, I Martinovic
Annual Computer Security Applications Conference, 399-413, 2021
52021
Haunted House: Physical Smart Home Event Verification in the Presence of Compromised Sensors
S Birnbach, S Eberz, I Martinovic
ACM Transactions on Internet of Things 3 (3), 1-28, 2022
2022
BeeHIVE: Behavioral Biometric System based on Object Interactions in Smart Environments
K Krawiecka, S Birnbach, S Eberz, I Martinovic
arXiv preprint arXiv:2202.03845, 2022
2022
Biometric Identification System based on Object Interactions in Internet of Things Environments
K Krawiecka, S Birnbach, S Eberz, I Martinovic
University of Oxford, 2022
2022
# PrettyFlyForAWiFi: Real-world Detection of Privacy Invasion Attacks by Drones
S Birnbach, R Baker, S Eberz, I Martinovic
ACM Transactions on Privacy and Security (TOPS) 24 (4), 1-34, 2021
2021
Exposing Transmitters in Mobile Multi-Agent Games
M Ben-Adar Bessos, S Birnbach, A Herzberg, I Martinovic
Proceedings of the 2nd ACM Workshop on Cyber-Physical Systems Security and …, 2016
2016
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