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Peel the onion: Recognition of Android apps behind the Tor Network [article]

Emanuele Petagna and Giuseppe Laurenza and Claudio Ciccotelli and Leonardo Querzoni
2019 arXiv   pre-print
In this work we show that Tor is vulnerable to app deanonymization attacks on Android devices through network traffic analysis. For this purpose, we describe a general methodology for performing an attack that allows to deanonymize the apps running on a target smartphone using Tor, which is the victim of the attack. Then, we discuss a Proof-of-Concept, implementing the methodology, that shows how the attack can be performed in practice and allows to assess the deanonymization accuracy that it
more » ... possible to achieve. While attacks against Tor anonymity have been already gained considerable attention in the context of website fingerprinting in desktop environments, to the best of our knowledge this is the first work that highlights Tor vulnerability to apps deanonymization attacks on Android devices. In our experiments we achieved an accuracy of 97%.
arXiv:1901.04434v1 fatcat:slufndkdlzebzl53q7wsvlyvyu

(078) Proposal to add a new Example of an indirect reference after Article 38.14

Duilio Iamonico, John McNeill, Emanuele Del Guacchio
2021 Taxon  
.: 162. 1831 ) as a plant reported for the Kingdom of Naples by Petagna (Inst. Bot. 2: 562. 1787), who simply transcribed the protologue by Linnaeus (l.c.).  ... 
doi:10.1002/tax.12474 fatcat:45egjujpsjhjdg4fetbyohu34i

GLI SCARABEOIDEI DELL'ISOLA DI NISYROS (DODECANESO, GRECIA) (COLEOPTERA, SCARABAEOIDEA)

Marcello Arnone, Pietro Lo Cascio, Flavia Grita
2009 Fragmenta entomologica  
SCaraBaeiNae Copris hispanus ssp. cavolinii (Petagna, 1792) Materiale esaMinato. 1 ex., Laki, 29.IV.1999, PLC; 1 ex., Nikia, VII-VIII.1999, OM & TW.  ...  : Otto Merkl per averci gentilmente inviato in studio esemplari delle collezioni del Museo ungherese di Storia Naturale di Budapest; Giovanni Dellacasa per la conferma di alcune specie di Aphodiinae; Emanuele  ... 
doi:10.4081/fe.2009.85 fatcat:mdy2ume4tvdk7hgcuiz4mqnufi

Crocus imperatiandCrocus suaveolens(Iridaceae), two controversial endemic crocuses from Central and Southern Italy - morphometrics, lectotypification and chorology

EMANUELE DEL GUACCHIO, PAOLO CAPUTO
2008 Botanical journal of the Linnean Society  
BASILICATA: • [Potenza] -Piani di Pollino (Tenore, 1826a) , in a very narrow and well-described location (Tenore, 1826a: 7; Petagna et al., 1827) .  ...  Only on 7 July did he discover the presumed locality of C. imperati on the Pollino massif (Petagna et al., 1827) , which is exactly reported in the Memoria.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1095-8339.2008.00851.x fatcat:jrcku4y5xreqdivzqmollzfc4m

Contribution to the knowledge of beetles (Insecta Coleoptera) of some protected areas of Apulia, Basilicata and Calabria (Italy)

Fernando Angelini
2020 Biodiversity Journal  
Pantaleoni (Dipartimento di Protezione delle Piante, sezione di Entomologia agraria, Università degli Studi, Sassari, Italy), Guido Pedroni (Parco Regionale del Corno alle Scale, Marzabotto, Italy), Emanuele  ...  Four years later he publishes the data about Aspromonte (Costa A., 1863) listing 577 Coleoptera species, which include those previously mentioned by Petagna (1787) . 1870-1875.  ... 
doi:10.31396/biodiv.jour.2020.11.1.85.254 fatcat:nt27ybggovf7bgtog2madqjlo4

The non-native vascular flora of Campania (southern Italy)

E. Del Guacchio, V. La Valva
2017 Figshare  
Specimen: Procida, along via Vittorio Emanuele, pavings, 19 September 2013, E. Del Guacchio & V. Fiorillo s.n. (EDG!).  ...  : presumably since the 18 th century (Petagna 1796, cf. also Celesti-Grapow et al. 2010). Spontaneous: 1910.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5151634 fatcat:zibhh7w5j5bx5atplvfc434kim

Aquatic Angiosperm Transplantation: A Tool for Environmental Management and Restoring in Transitional Water Systems

Adriano Sfriso, Alessandro Buosi, Yari Tomio, Abdul-Salam Juhmani, Chiara Facca, Andrea Augusto Sfriso, Piero Franzoi, Luca Scapin, Andrea Bonometto, Emanuele Ponis, Federico Rampazzo, Daniela Berto (+4 others)
2019 Water  
areas we studied are colonized by five species: three seagrasses (Cymodocea nodosa Ucria (Ascherson), Zostera marina Linnaeus, and Zostera noltei Hornemann) and two aquatic angiosperms (Ruppia cirrhosa Petagna  ... 
doi:10.3390/w11102135 fatcat:cn4q2nsqkfcilnixklgbpntsau

The effects of global climate change on seagrasses

Frederick T. Short, Hilary A. Neckles
1999 Aquatic Botany  
Elevated sea surface temperatures may cause an increase in the intensity of tropical cyclones (Emanuel, 1987) , along with an increase in storminess overall and a shorter duration of calms (Dyer, 1995  ...  The vegetative propagation of Zostera capensis Setchell in South Africa was inhibited at very high salinities as well as at zero, while the competing plant, Ruppia cirrhosa (Petagna) Grande, showed maximum  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0304-3770(98)00117-x fatcat:ttbknq4zzndfhkvos3olmwsjdy

Check-list di gruppi selezionati dell'entomofauna dell'area "Arcipelago Mentanese-Cornicolano" (Lazio)

Pierangelo Crucitti, Davide Brocchieri, Francesco Bubbico, Paolo Castelluccio, Federica Emiliani, Gianfranco Francioni, Luca Tringali
2015 Bollettino della Società Entomologica Italiana  
Copris hispanus cavolinii (Petagna, 1792) MaN (IX) 26. Copris lunaris (Linnaeus, 1758) MaN (V-IX) 27. Bubas bison (Linnaeus, 1767) GBC (I-X) 28. Euoniticellus fulvus (Goeze, 1777) GBC (VI) 29.  ...  colleghi ed amici che durante l'intero ciclo della ricerca non ci hanno fatto mancare il loro aiuto ed incoraggiamento; Filippo Maria Buzzetti, Fabio Collepardo Coccia, Marco Giardini, agostino Letardi, Emanuele  ... 
doi:10.4081/bollettinosei.2015.3 fatcat:ob6f77r2rzgiznsclrh563bq4y

I disegni inediti di Domenico Cirillo nella Società dei Naturalisti in Napoli [article]

Antonino De Natale
2021
Vittorio Emanuele III re d'Italia. Napoli -Settembre 1910»). 94 Prefazione, in Filippo Cavolini, Opere, cit., p. VII. 95 Ivi, p.  ...  La specie è descritta anche da Petagna come Saperda irrorata 60 .  ... 
doi:10.6093/978-88-6887-113-0 fatcat:byy6k7mkjfbmfjsvn2hew6apji

Napoli tra incisione e fotografia (1850-1930). Rappresentazione e trasformazione della città tra i due secoli attraverso la stampa periodica illustrata e inediti repertori fotografici

Nunzia Iannone
2007
Emanuele.  ...  Buccaro, Opere pubbliche e tipologie urbane nel Mezzogiorno preunitario, Napoli 1992. 501 «L'Ingegneria Moderna» del 15/11/1900, pp. 164-165. 502 Si rammenta che a palazzo Petagna si appoggiava la famosa  ... 
doi:10.6092/unina/fedoa/1651 fatcat:3vkddtdcj5fijklwuzib26vocq

Bollettino della Società Entomologica Italiana - Vol 147, No 1

A.A. V.V.
2015 Bollettino della Società Entomologica Italiana  
Copris hispanus cavolinii (Petagna, 1792) MaN (IX) 26. Copris lunaris (Linnaeus, 1758) MaN (V-IX) 27. Bubas bison (Linnaeus, 1767) GBC (I-X) 28. Euoniticellus fulvus (Goeze, 1777) GBC (VI) 29.  ...  75,1% 14,5% durante l'intero ciclo della ricerca non ci hanno fatto mancare il loro aiuto ed incoraggiamento; Filippo Maria Buzzetti, Fabio Collepardo Coccia, Marco Giardini, agostino Letardi, Emanuele  ... 
doi:10.4081/bollettinosei.2015.i fatcat:mry7caphdzdapphhke2mzlnaou

Studies on the Value of Cultural Heritage n

Il Capitale, Tommy Andersson, Elio Borgonovi, Rosanna Cioffi, Stefano Torre, Michela Di Macco, Daniele Manacorda, Serge Noiret, Tonino Pencarelli, Angelo Pupino, Girolamo Sciullo, Giuseppe Capriotti (+81 others)
2017 unpublished
Viene anche riportata l'esistenza di "inghiottitoi" soprattutto nella zona detta della Petagna e notato l'accrescimento della superficie del lago per più di 30 palmi d'altezza 31 .  ... 
fatcat:au6uowd5fvh5xoqd52pg2ijhh4

Precision measurement of the structure of the CMS inner tracking system using nuclear interactions

Albert M Sirunyan, Armen Tumasyan, Wolfgang Adam, Federico Ambrogi, Ece Asilar, Thomas Bergauer, Johannes Brandstetter, Erica Brondolin, Marko Dragicevic, Janos Erö, Alberto Escalante Del Valle, Martin Flechl (+2518 others)
2018
The structure of the CMS inner tracking system has been studied using nuclear interactions of hadrons striking its material. Data from proton-proton collisions at a center-of-mass energy of 13 TeV recorded in 2015 at the LHC are used to reconstruct millions of secondary vertices from these nuclear interactions. Precise positions of the beam pipe and the inner tracking system elements, such as the pixel detector support tube, and barrel pixel detector inner shield and support rails, are
more » ... d using these vertices. These measurements are important for detector simulations, detector upgrades, and to identify any changes in the positions of inactive elements.
doi:10.3204/pubdb-2018-03117 fatcat:aj4sxfuzhnhuljvo5qb3qdra5u

Precision measurement of the structure of the CMS inner tracking system using nuclear interactions

Albert M. Sirunyan, Armen Tumasyan, Wolfgang Adam, Federico Ambrogi, Ece Asilar, Thomas Bergauer, Johannes Brandstetter, Erica Brondolin, Marko Dragicevic, Janos Erö, Alberto Escalante Del Valle, Martin Flechl (+2518 others)
2018
The CMS detector is one of two general-purpose detectors operating at the LHC facility at CERN. One of the central features of the CMS detector is a superconducting solenoid of 6 m internal diameter, providing a magnetic field of 3.8 T, which enables the measurement of charged particle momenta by reconstructing their trajectories as they traverse the CMS tracking system. The CMS experiment uses a right-handed coordinate system, with the origin at the nominal interaction point, the x axis
more » ... g to the center of the LHC ring, the y axis pointing up (perpendicular to the LHC plane), and the z axis along the counterclockwise beam direction. The azimuthal angle φ is measured in the x-y plane, with φ = 0 along the positive x axis, and φ = π/2 along the positive y axis. The radial coordinate in this plane is denoted by r. The CMS tracking system, shown in figure 1 (upper), consists of two main detectors: the smaller inner pixel detector and the larger silicon strip detector. The original pixel detector had three barrel pixel (BPIX) layers and two endcap disks per side, covering the region from 4 to 15 cm in radius, and spanning 98 cm along the LHC beam axis. The silicon strip tracking system has ten barrel layers and twelve endcap disks per side, covering the region from 25 to 110 cm in radius, and spanning 560 cm along the LHC beam axis. The tracking system acceptance extends up to a pseudorapidity of |η| = 2.5. The silicon strip tracking system has four subsystems. The innermost four barrel layers comprise the tracker inner barrel (TIB) detector, and the outer six barrel layers form the tracker outer barrel (TOB) detector. The three endcap disks to either side of the TIB detector form the tracker inner disks (TID− and TID+), and the nine endcap disks at each end constitute the tracker endcap (TEC− and TEC+). The particular structural elements studied in this paper are the inactive elements that surround the BPIX detector, shown in figure 1 (lower): the pixel detector support tube, the BPIX detector outer and inner shields, three BPIX detector layers, and the beam pipe. The beam pipe is the innermost structure and, proceeding outward, the next structure is the BPIX detector inner shield. The BPIX detector and its inner shield are composed of two semi-circular halves, which are called 'far' for the structure outside the LHC ring (x < 0) and 'near' for the structure inside of the LHC ring (x > 0). Photographs of one of the halves of the BPIX detector are shown in figure 2 . The BPIX detector support rails are located on the outer edge of the BPIX detector, and hold its layers in place. The pixel detector support tube encloses the BPIX detector and the support rails. Data sample and nuclear interaction reconstruction The data set used in this analysis was recorded in 2015 from proton-proton collisions at a center-ofmass energy of 13 TeV at the LHC, and corresponds to an integrated luminosity of 2.5 fb −1 . Studies were also performed using Monte Carlo (MC) simulations with 8 [15-17] based on single charged pions generated uniformly in η and φ at different fixed momenta. The resulting single-pion samples are processed through a G 4-based detector simulation. The data sample was selected using two main criteria. First, the density of particles should not be too large because tracks coming from the primary interaction may be mismeasured and the NI reconstruction algorithm may assign them to an NI vertex. These random combinations of primary tracks are the main source of background, and what we label "misreconstructed" NIs.
doi:10.18154/rwth-2018-231087 fatcat:x44vrwkhdvcxhlhu2ju7u3e4zm
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