Yulong Cao (University of Michigan), Yanan Guo (University of Pittsburgh), Takami Sato (UC Irvine), Qi Alfred Chen (UC Irvine), Z. Morley Mao (University of Michigan) and Yueqiang Cheng (NIO)

Advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) are widely used by modern vehicle manufacturers to automate, adapt and enhance vehicle technology for safety and better driving. In this work, we design a practical attack against automated lane centering (ALC), a crucial functionality of ADAS, with remote adversarial patches. We identify that the back of a vehicle is an effective attack vector and improve the attack robustness by considering various input frames. The demo includes videos that show our attack can divert victim vehicle out of lane on a representative ADAS, Openpilot, in a simulator.

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hbACSS: How to Robustly Share Many Secrets

Thomas Yurek (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Licheng Luo (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Jaiden Fairoze (University of California, Berkeley), Aniket Kate (Purdue University), Andrew Miller (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

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Demo #5: Securing Heavy Vehicle Diagnostics

Jeremy Daily, David Nnaji, and Ben Ettlinger (Colorado State University)

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ROV-MI: Large-Scale, Accurate and Efficient Measurement of ROV Deployment

Wenqi Chen (Tsinghua University), Zhiliang Wang (Tsinghua University), Dongqi Han (Tsinghua University), Chenxin Duan (Tsinghua University), Xia Yin (Tsinghua University), Jiahai Yang (Tsinghua University), Xingang Shi (Tsinghua University)

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ditto: WAN Traffic Obfuscation at Line Rate

Roland Meier (ETH Zürich), Vincent Lenders (armasuisse), Laurent Vanbever (ETH Zürich)

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