I am a postdoctoral research associate at the Princeton University's Center for Information Technology Policy.
I am a member of the Princeton Web Transparency & Accountability Project. I study web privacy, anonymous communication networks, IoT security and privacy.
Pronounciation of my name (Güneş): Gunesh https://forvo.com/word/tr/güneş/#tr
- Paper at ACM CCS 2018: The Web's Sixth Sense: A Study of Scripts Accessing Smartphone Sensors. A. Das, G. Acar, N. Borisov, A. Pradeep
- Paper at 2018 SIGCOMM Workshop on IoT Security and Privacy: Web-based Attacks to Discover and Control Local IoT Devices (Blog post)
- (12-Jan-2018) Blog post: Website operators are in the dark about privacy violations by third-party scripts
- (27-Dec-2017) Blog post: No boundaries for user identities: Web trackers exploit browser login managers
- (16-Dec-2017) Blog post: No boundaries: Exfiltration of personal data by session-replay scripts Press: Motherboard
- Paper at ACM CCS'17 (Finalist for the best paper award) How Unique is Your .onion? An Analysis of the Fingerprintability of Tor Onion Services. B. Overdorf, M. Juarez, G. Acar, C. Diaz, and R. Greenstadt.
Served/serving as a Program Committee member for
- Email: gunes [at] princeton [dot ]edu (PGP Key: 0xF6FB25C32656DE20)