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Prof. Minaxi Gupta

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IU
 
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Employment History

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Education

  • Ph.D. , Computer Science
    Georgia Tech
  • M.Sc. , Physics
    Indian Institute of Technology Mumbai
  • M.S. , Computer Science
    Georgia Tech
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CERIAS - CERIAS Security Seminar Archive - Exploitable Redirects on the Web: Identification, Prevalence, and Defense
www.cerias.org, 27 Aug 2008 [cached]
Minaxi Gupta · Assistant Professor Computer Science · Indiana University
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Minaxi Gupta is an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department at Indiana University (Bloomington). She joined IU after finishing her Ph.D. in Computer Science from Georgia Tech in 2004. Gupta's research interests are in Computer Networks and Security. She is currently working on understanding Internet's vulnerabilities and how attackers are using them to their advantage, especially in the context of phishing. Her other research focus is on re-architecting the Internet. Gupta is the recipient of the prestigious Trustees
Dr. Minaxi Gupta for being ...
www.irongeek.com, 27 Dec 2011 [cached]
Dr. Minaxi Gupta for being my advisor on the project for my Master in Security Informatics studies at Indiana University
Gone phishing: Researchers from Indiana ...
www.technologyreview.com, 16 Oct 2009 [cached]
Gone phishing: Researchers from Indiana University--left to right, Andrew Kalafut, Youngsang Shin, and Minaxi Gupta--are studying a trick used to make phishing sites harder to detect and block.
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"These machines don't belong to the miscreants, they belong to you and I and our grandmothers," says Minaxi Gupta, an assistant professor of computer science at Indiana University who was involved with the research. Because phishers have access to so many machines, she explains, they can use all of them to move a site around rapidly, throwing defenders off the scent while keeping the website available.
To use flux, a phisher needs to control a domain name, which gives him the right to control its name server. The phisher then sets the name server so that it directs each new visitor to a different set of machines, cycling quickly through the thousands of addresses available within the botnet. Gupta notes that flux is most effective when the phisher shifts the location of the name server as well. If the name server is also moving to different locations on the Internet, it's doubly hard for defenders to pinpoint a central location where the fake website can be shut down. Gupta's group found that 83 percent of phishing sites that used flux this way lasted more than a day before being blocked, compared with a 65 percent survival rate for sites that didn't use flux.
GNSO | SOI Fast Flux PDP May08
gnso.icann.org, 7 July 2008 [cached]
Minaxi Gupta - no constituency affiliation
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Minaxi Gupta
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Minaxi Gupta is an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department at Indiana University (Bloomington). She joined IU after finishing her Ph.D. in Computer Science from Georgia Tech in 2004. Gupta's research interests are in Computer Networks and Security. She is currently working on understanding Internet's vulnerabilities and how attackers are exploiting them to their advantage, especially in the context of phishing. Her other research focus is on re-architecting the Internet. Gupta has authored over 20 peer-reviewed articles and contributed chapters to two books on phishing and crimeware. She is the recipient of the prestigious Trustees Teaching Award (2008) and Outstanding Junior Faculty Award (2006) from Indiana University. More information about Gupta's research and other activities can be found at: http://www.cs.indiana.edu/~minaxi.
Minaxi Gupta · Assistant ...
www.cerias.org, 1 Jan 2006 [cached]
Minaxi Gupta · Assistant Professor Computer Science · Indiana University
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Minaxi Gupta is an Assistant Professor in the Computer ScienceDepartment at Indiana University (Bloomington).She joined IU afterfinishing her Ph.D. in Computer Science from Georgia Tech in 2004.Gupta's research interests are in Computer Networks and Security.Sheis currently working on understanding Internet's vulnerabilities andhow attackers are using them to their advantage, especially in thecontext of phishing.Her other research focus is on re-architectingthe Internet.Gupta is the recipient of the prestigious Trustees
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