About Me

I am an undergraduate senior studying computer science at the University of Pennsylvania. For the past year, I have been doing research with Nadia Heninger, focusing on applied cryptography and systems security. I have worked on distributed cryptanalytic computations as well as measurement studies of cryptographic implementations used across the Internet. I am applying to PhD programs this fall.

Papers

A kilobit hidden SNFS discrete logarithm computation. J. Fried, P. Gaudry, N. Heninger, E. Thomé. To appear at Eurocrypt 2017. [ePrint] [web site]

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]

Education

2013-Present
BSE, Computer Science (expected May 2017). University of Pennsylvania