TITANIUM: Tools for the Investigation of Transactions in Underground Markets

Project Results

  1. PUB2019
    Conference

    Spams meet Cryptocurrencies

    Masarah Paquet-Clouston, Matteo Romiti, Bernhard Haslhofer, Thomas Charvat. "Spams meet Cryptocurrencies: Sextortion in the Bitcoin Ecosystem." ACM conference on Advances in Financial Technologies (AFT’19), Zurich, October 2019

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  2. PUB2019
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    The Operational Cost of Ethereum Airdrops

    Fröwis, Michael, and Rainer Böhme. "The Operational Cost of Ethereum Airdrops." Data Privacy Management, Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain Technology. Springer, Cham, 2019. 255-270.

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  3. PUB2019
    Conference

    Measuring the Changing Costs of Cybercrime

    Ross Anderson, Rainer Böhme et al. "Measuring the Changing Costs of Cybercrime." Workshop on the Economics of Information Security (WEIS), Boston, June 2019.

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  4. PUB2019
    Conference

    Tracing Transactions Across Cryptocurrency Ledgers

    Yousaf, Haaroon, George Kappos, and Sarah Meiklejohn. "Tracing transactions across cryptocurrency ledgers." 28th {USENIX} Security Symposium ({USENIX} Security 19). 2019.

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  5. PUB2019
    Conference

    An empirical analysis of monero cross-chain traceability

    Abraham Hinteregger, Bernhard Haslhofer. "An empirical analysis of monero cross-chain traceability." Financial Cryptography and Data Security 2019

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  6. PUB2019
    Conference

    Detecting Token Systems on Ethereum

    Michael Fröwis, Andreas Fuchs, Rainer Böhme. "Detecting Token Systems on Ethereum." Financial Cryptography and Data Security 2019

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  7. PUB2019
    Conference

    Why is a Ravencoin Like a TokenDesk?

    Pierre Reibel, Haaroon Yousaf, Sarah Meiklejohn. "Why is a Ravencoin Like a TokenDesk? An Exploration of Code Diversity in the Cryptocurrency Landscape." Financial Cryptography and Data Security 2019

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  8. PUB2019
    Journal

    Cryptocurrencies and fundamental rights

    Christian Rueckert, Cryptocurrencies and fundamental rights, Journal of Cybersecurity, Volume 5, Issue 1, 2019

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  9. DEL2018
    Deliverable

    D3.4 Report on data sharing and provenance tracking models

    In this deliverable, we focus on the key ingredients of modern cryptocurrency analytic techniques, which are clustering heuristics and attribution tags, and discuss them in the light of internationally accepted legal standards and rules for substantiating suspicions and providing evidence in court. We translate derived key requirements into a data sharing framework that builds on existing standards and strengthens the evidential value of forensic cryptocurrency investigations.

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  10. PUB2018
    Conference

    An Empirical Analysis of Anonymity in Zcash

    Kappos, G., Yousaf, H., Maller, M. and Meiklejohn, S., 2018. An empirical analysis of anonymity in zcash. In 27th {USENIX} Security Symposium ({USENIX} Security 18) (pp. 463-477).

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  11. PUB2018
    Conference

    Ransomware Payments in the Bitcoin Ecosystem

    Paquet-Clouston, M., Haslhofer, B. and Dupont, B., 2018. Ransomware payments in the bitcoin ecosystem. arXiv preprint arXiv:1804.04080.

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  12. PUB2018
    Journal

    The Contemporary Cybercrime Ecosystem

    Broadhead, S., 2018. The contemporary cybercrime ecosystem: A multi-disciplinary overview of the state of affairs and developments. Computer Law & Security Review, 34(6), pp.1180-1196.

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  13. PUB2018
    Conference

    Virtual Currencies and Fundamental Rights

    Rueckert, C., 2016. Virtual Currencies and Fundamental Rights. Available at SSRN 2820634.

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  14. DEL2018
    Deliverable

    D6.2 User documentation and Field Lab plan

    This report provides an overview of tools created within the TITANIUM project. This deliverable is composed by an operation manual and a user guide of each tools developed in TITANIUM project. These documents at assists administrators and practitioners to carry out the Field Lab deployments and end-user evaluation.

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  15. PUB2018
    Journal

    The Costs of Consumer-Facing Cybercrime

    Riek, M. and Böhme, R., 2018. The costs of consumer-facing cybercrime: an empirical exploration of measurement issues and estimates. Journal of Cybersecurity, 4(1), p.tyy004.

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  16. DEL2018
    Deliverable

    D7.2 Dissemination and communication report

    This report summarises the dissemination activities in the TITANIUM project during the first project year (01 May 2017 - 30 April 2018).

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  17. PUB2017
    Journal

    Distributed Ledger, Joint Control?

    Pesch, P.J. and Sillaber, C., 2018. Distributed Ledger, Joint Control?–Blockchains and the GDPR's Transparency Requirements.

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  18. PUB2017
    Conference

    In Code We Trust?

    Fröwis, M. and Böhme, R., 2017. In Code We Trust?. In Data Privacy Management, Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain Technology (pp. 357-372). Springer, Cham.

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