Sergey Frolov

Internet Freedom ◦ Network Security

About

I’m a 5th year Computer Science PhD student at the University of Colorado Boulder,
where I research Internet censorship, network security, and build practical
anti-censorhip solutions, advised by Eric Wustrow.


Publications

The use of TLS in Censorship Circumvention
    Sergey Frolov and Eric Wustrow
    In 26th Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS'19)

An ISP-Scale Deployment of TapDance
    Sergey Frolov, Fred Douglas, Will Scott, Allison McDonald, Benjamin VanderSloot, Rod Hynes, Adam Kruger, Michalis Kallitsis, David G. Robinson, Steve Schultze, Nikita Borisov, J. Alex Halderman, and Eric Wustrow
    In 7th USENIX Workshop on Free and Open Communications on the Internet (FOCI'17)


Latest Post

Aug 12, 2017

Configure Secure Web Proxy: client side

The post is under continious construction, last update: November, 2018. If you have any suggestions or feedback, you are very welcome to contact me using github issues, or at sergey.frolov@colorado.edu. Setting up the WebServer with ForwardProxy This post is mostly about the client, but I will provide a few links to server configuration tutorials.  Server  Probing resistance  HTTP/2  Notes Caddy  ✔*  ✔  RECOMMENDED. Read more

Contact

Secure messaging: you can DM me using my nickname on Wire(@sfrolov), and Telegram(@srfrolov).
To get in touch over Signal or WhatsApp, contact me elsewhere for the phone number.

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sergey.frolov@colorado.edu