A Composite Malicious Peer Eviction Mechanism for Super-P2P Systems" IEEE TrustComm'18 (accepted for publication)


Large-scale P2P applications that host millions of users increasingly rely upon semi-structured super-P2P systems to provide efficient services in dynamic environments. Given the critical role of 'super peers' in such topologies, attackers specifically target super peers due to the resultant high damage on P2P services.

UoP paper was accepted for publication in the MDPI Electronics Open Access Journal 2017

Researches from UoP ( Fournaris, Apostolos P.; Pocero Fraile, Lidia; Koufopavlou, Odysseas) are authors of the paper "Exploiting Hardware Vulnerabilities to Attack Embedded System Devices: a Survey of Potent Microarchitectural Attacks." accepted to be included in the MDPI Electronics Open Access Journal 6, no. 3: 52, 2017.