I am currently a graduate student at MIT CSAIL, working with Adam Belay on operating systems and networks.
Prior to MIT, I completed my undergraduate degree at the University of Pennsylvania, where I worked with Nadia Heninger on applied cryptography and systems security.
When Idling is Ideal: Optimizing Tail-Latency for Heavy-Tailed Datacenter Workloads with Perséphone. H.M. Demoulin, J. Fried, I. Pedisich, M. Kogias, B.T. Loo, L.T.X. Phan, I. Zhang. SOSP 2021. [paper] [code]
Measuring small subgroup attacks against Diffie-Hellman. L. Valenta, D. Adrian, A. Sanso, S. Cohney, J. Fried, M. Hastings, J. A. Halderman, N. Heninger. NDSS 2017. [ePrint]
Weak keys remain widespread in network devices. M. Hastings, J. Fried, N. Heninger. ACM IMC 2016. [ACM]
A Systematic Analysis of the Juniper Dual EC Incident. S. Checkoway, J. Maskiewicz, C. Garman, J. Fried, S. Cohney, M. Green, N. Heninger, R.P. Weinmann, E. Rescorla, H. Shacham. ACM CCS 2016. Best paper award. [PDF]
Factoring as a Service. L. Valenta, S. Cohney, A. Liao, J. Fried, S. Bodduluri, N. Heninger. Financial Cryptography 2016. [ePrint]