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Muhammad Ikram [Khan]

Joint Postdoctoral Scholar at University of Michigan (USA) and Macquarie University (Australia)

Email: muhammad.ikram [at]

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>>> July 2019: Our paper received the Best Paper Award at ACM AsiaCCS 2019!

>>> July 2019: Our paper on longitudinal analysis of ads and tracking services accepted by LCN 2019.

>>> May 2019: Our paper on obfuscation resilient Android malware detection accepted by SeCrypt 2019.

>>> Apr 2019: AsiaCCS'2019 accepts our paper on analysis of 10 years of malicious activities in the Internet.

>>> Jan 2019: Our paper on Web chain of resource-depedencies accepted by WWW'2019.

>>> Nov 2018: Our paper on analysis of web tracking via DNS records accepted by Journal of Computer Communications.

>>> Oct 2018: Attended OTF Summit in Taiwan and presented server-side blocking project.

>>> Jul 2018: Start work on OTF-funded project to characterize discriminations of online services.

>>> Sep 2018: Paper accepted by IPCCC'18 on Web tracking cartography with DNS records.

>>> Apr 2018: Paper on Web data obfuscation presented in WWW'18.


I collaborate with Prof. Roya Ensafi at Censored Planet and Prof. Mohamed Ali (Dali) Kaafar at Optus Macquarie University Cyber Security Hub (OMUCH). Before joining Censored Planet and OMUCH, I completed my Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at UNSW, under the supervision of Prof. Mohamed Ali (Dali) Kaafar. My current research interests are focused on data-driven analysis of privacy and security issues. I have been thinking and working to build techniques leveraging machine-learning algorithms to fight against security and privacy issues and fraud detection targeting online services.


Selected Publications (Complete List on Google Scholar)