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2008
Zhuang L, Dunagan J, Simon DR, Wang HJ, Osipkov I, Hulten G, Tygar J.D..  2008.  Characterizing Botnets from Email Spam Records. First {USENIX} Workshop on Large-Scale Exploits and Emergent Threats ({LEET} 08).
Huang Y.L., Tygar J.D., Lin H.Y., Yeh L.Y., Tsa H.Y., Sklower K., Shieh S.P., Wu C.C., Lu P.H., Chien S.Y. et al..  2008.  SWOON: A Testbed for Secure Wireless Overlay Networks. Workshop on Cyber Security Experimentation and Test ({CSET} 08).
Karlof C, Tygar J.D., Wagner D.  2008.  A User Study Design for Comparing the Security of Registration Protocols. Usability, Psychology, and Security 2008 ({UPSEC} 08).
2004
Shankar U, Chew M, Tygar J.D..  2004.  Side Effects Are Not Sufficient to Authenticate Software. 13th {USENIX} Security Symposium ({USENIX} Security 04).
1996
Camp J, Harkavy M, Tygar J.D., Yee B.  1996.  Anonymous Atomic Transactions. 2nd {USENIX} Workshop on Electronic Commerce ({EC} 96).
Su J, Tygar J.D..  1996.  Building Blocks for Atomicity in Electronic Commerce. 6th {USENIX} Security Symposium ({USENIX} Security 96).
Heintze N, Tygar J.D., Wing J, Wong H.C.  1996.  Model Checking Electronic Commerce Protocols. 2nd {USENIX} Workshop on Electronic Commerce ({EC} 96).
Gobioff H, Smith S, Tygar J.D., Yee B.  1996.  Smart Cards in Hostile Environments. 2nd {USENIX} Workshop on Electronic Commerce ({EC} 96).
Tygar J.D., Whitten A.  1996.  WWW Electronic Commerce and Java Trojan Horses. 2nd {USENIX} Workshop on Electronic Commerce ({EC} 96).
1995
Cox B, Tygar J.D., Sirbu M.  1995.  NetBill Security and Transaction Protocol. First {USENIX} Workshop on Electronic Commerce ( First {USENIX} Workshop on Electronic Commerce).
Yee B, Tygar J.D..  1995.  Secure Coprocessors in Electronic Commerce Applications. First {USENIX} Workshop on Electronic Commerce ( First {USENIX} Workshop on Electronic Commerce).
L. Camp J, Sirbu M, Tygar J.D..  1995.  Token and Notational Money in Electronic Commerce. First {USENIX} Workshop on Electronic Commerce ( First {USENIX} Workshop on Electronic Commerce).