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2016
Snyder P, Reiter MK, Kanich C.  2016.  The Effect of Repeated Login Prompts on Phishing Susceptibility. The {LASER} Workshop: Learning from Authoritative Security Experiment Results ({LASER} 2016). :13--19.
2014
Szurdi J, Kocso B, Cseh G, Spring J, Felegyhazi M, Kanich C.  2014.  The Long “Taile” of Typosquatting Domain Names. 23rd {USENIX} Security Symposium ({USENIX} Security 14). :191--206.
2011
Kanich C, Chachra N, McCoy D, Grier C, Wang D, Motoyama M, Levchenko K, Savage S, Voelker GM.  2011.  No Plan Survives Contact: Experience with Cybercrime Measurement. 4th Workshop on Cyber Security Experimentation and Test ({CSET} 11).
Kanich C, Checkoway S.  2011.  Putting Out a HIT: Crowdsourcing Malware Installs. 5th {USENIX} Workshop on Offensive Technologies ({WOOT} 11).
Kanich C, Weaver N, Halvorson T, Kreibich C, Paxson V.  2011.  Show Me the Money: Characterizing Spam-advertised Revenue. 20th {USENIX} Security Symposium ({USENIX} Security 11).
2009
Kreibich C, Kanich C, Levchenko K, Enright B, Voelker GM, Paxson V, Savage S.  2009.  Spamcraft: An Inside Look At Spam Campaign Orchestration. 2nd {USENIX} Workshop on Large-Scale Exploits and Emergent Threats ({LEET} 09).
2008
Kanich C, Levchenko K, Enright B, Voelker GM, Savage S.  2008.  The Heisenbot Uncertainty Problem: Challenges in Separating Bots from Chaff. First {USENIX} Workshop on Large-Scale Exploits and Emergent Threats ({LEET} 08).
Kreibich C, Kanich C, Levchenko K, Enright B, Voelker GM, Paxson V, Savage S.  2008.  On the Spam Campaign Trail. First {USENIX} Workshop on Large-Scale Exploits and Emergent Threats ({LEET} 08).