Blase Ur focuses on Internet privacy, Usability, Password, Computer security and Password strength. Blase Ur incorporates Internet privacy and Tracking in his studies. His research integrates issues of Passphrase and Natural language in his study of Usability.
His study brings together the fields of Machine learning and Password. Blase Ur has included themes like Password policy and Rule-based machine translation in his Password strength study. His Cognitive password research includes themes of Plaintext, Key, Visual feedback and Password psychology.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Internet privacy, Password, Computer security, Password strength and Usability. His work deals with themes such as Social media and World Wide Web, which intersect with Internet privacy. His Password research incorporates themes from Artificial neural network, Key and Data breach.
His work in the fields of Computer security, such as Authentication, Access control and Passphrase, intersects with other areas such as USable. His study on Cognitive password and Password cracking is often connected to Structure and Variance as part of broader study in Password strength. His studies in Usability integrate themes in fields like Multimedia and Opt-out.
Blase Ur spends much of his time researching Internet privacy, Debugging, Human–computer interaction, Artificial intelligence and Password. The various areas that Blase Ur examines in his Internet privacy study include Digital security, Hacker and Personally identifiable information. His Debugging research integrates issues from User interface, Control flow, Syntax and Programming paradigm.
Blase Ur regularly links together related areas like Usability in his Syntax studies. His research in Artificial intelligence focuses on subjects like Machine learning, which are connected to Property. His work on Password deals in particular with Password strength and Password cracking.
His primary scientific interests are in Program synthesis, Programming paradigm, Debugging, Control flow and Trigger action programming. His Program synthesis research spans across into areas like Simple and Action. His studies link Human–computer interaction with Programming paradigm.
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Smart, useful, scary, creepy: perceptions of online behavioral advertising
Blase Ur;Pedro Giovanni Leon;Lorrie Faith Cranor;Richard Shay.
symposium on usable privacy and security (2012)
Practical trigger-action programming in the smart home
Blase Ur;Elyse McManus;Melwyn Pak Yong Ho;Michael L. Littman.
human factors in computing systems (2014)
How does your password measure up? the effect of strength meters on password creation
Blase Ur;Patrick Gage Kelley;Saranga Komanduri;Joel Lee.
usenix security symposium (2012)
Measuring password guessability for an entire university
Michelle L. Mazurek;Saranga Komanduri;Timothy Vidas;Lujo Bauer.
computer and communications security (2013)
Why Johnny can't opt out: a usability evaluation of tools to limit online behavioral advertising
Pedro Leon;Blase Ur;Richard Shay;Yang Wang.
human factors in computing systems (2012)
Fast, lean, and accurate: modeling password guessability using neural networks
William Melicher;Blase Ur;Sean M. Segreti;Saranga Komanduri.
usenix security symposium (2016)
“I added '!' at the end to make it secure”: observing password creation in the lab
Blase Ur;Fumiko Noma;Jonathan Bees;Sean M. Segreti.
symposium on usable privacy and security (2015)
Tag, you can see it!: using tags for access control in photo sharing
Peter Klemperer;Yuan Liang;Michelle Mazurek;Manya Sleeper.
human factors in computing systems (2012)
Trigger-Action Programming in the Wild: An Analysis of 200,000 IFTTT Recipes
Blase Ur;Melwyn Pak Yong Ho;Stephen Brawner;Jiyun Lee.
human factors in computing systems (2016)
SmartAuth: User-Centered Authorization for the Internet of Things
Yuan Tian;Nan Zhang;Yueh-Hsun Lin;Xiaofeng Wang.
usenix security symposium (2017)
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