Hugo Man Hong Hue

PhD Student - Georgia Tech







Hugo Hue

Email: hugohue@gatech.edu
PhD in Computer Science, Georgia Tech (SCP)
BEng in Information Engineering, CUHK
Network Security | Measurement | Usable Security

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About Me (Side note: looking for summer internship/visiting)

I am a first-year Ph.D. student in Computer Science at Georgia Institute of Technology, co-advised by and . My research focuses on network security, internet measurement, and usable security. The goal is to detect and address Internet-scale security threats/issues, considering human factors on security-critical components.

Prior to Georgia Tech, I graduated in Information Engineering from The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). In my undergraduate, I spent a year at Lund University in Sweden and a summer semester at UC Berkeley in the US. At CUHK, I'm privileged to work with Sze Yiu Chau as a full-time research assistant, where I did research on the security of WPA2-Enterprise and PKCS1 v1.5 implementations, in collaboration with Omar Chowdhury and Endadul Hoque.

Languages
Cantonese
English
Mandarin
Japanese
French/German/Swedish (forgotten)
Korean (learning)

Footprints
Hong Kong
Taiwan
Japan
Korea
Vietnam
Thailand
Malaysia
Sweden
Finland
Norway
Denmark
Germany
Poland
Belgium
France
UK
Ireland
France
Spain
Portugal
US
Research Interests
  • Network security
  • Internet measurement
  • Usable security
  • Privacy
  • Human-Computer Interation
Publications

Venue Paper
USENIX 2023
Paper
Back to School: On the (In)Security of Academic VPNs
Ka Lok Wu, Man Hong Hue, Ngai Man Poon, Kin Man Leung, Wai Yin Po, Kin Ting Wong, Sze Ho Hui, Sze Yiu Chau
[The 32nd USENIX Security Symposium (USENIX Security 23)]
All your Credentials are Belong to Us: On Insecure WPA2-Enterprise Configurations
Man Hong Hue, Joyanta Debnath, Kin Man Leung, Li Li, Mohsen Minaei, M. Hammad Mazhar, Kailiang Xian, Endadul Hoque, Omar Chowdhury, Sze Yiu Chau
[The 28th ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS 2021)]
CCS 2021
ACM DL
Paper
Morpheus: Bringing The (PKCS) One To Meet the Oracle
Moosa Yahyazadeh, Sze Yiu Chau, Li Li, Man Hong Hue, Joyanta Debnath, Sheung Chiu Ip, Li Chun Ngai, Endadul Hoque, Omar Chowdhury
[The 28th ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS 2021)]

Community Contributions

Vulnerability Severity Vendor
CVE-2022-20145 CVSS: 3.1, Base Score: 9.8 Critical

Android (Google)

CVE-2021-37964 CVSS: 3.1, Base Score: 3.3 Low

Chrome OS (Google)

CVE-2021-21212 CVSS: 3.1, Base Score: 6.5 Medium

Chrome OS (Google)

CVE-2020-27055 CVSS: 3.1, Base Score: 7.5 High

Android (Google)

Reference Links
Skills/Tools
C/C++
C#
Python
Java
Golang
JavaScript/jQuery
SQL
Web (MongoDB, Express, React, Node.js, AJAX, Bootstrap)
Kali Linux
TensorFlow
Keras
Beautiful Soup
Selenium
Kubernetes
GNS3
Wireshark
AWS
GCP
YOLO w/OpenCV
STM32 (Embedded System)
IOT (e.g. zigbee, Arduino Yún)
gdb
nmap