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Philip Raschke, M.Sc.

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Philip received his Master’s degree in Computer Science at the Technical University of Berlin in 2016. He worked as a student research assistant for the chair Service-centric Networking since June 2013 where he was involved in the BMWi-funded project TRESOR and the Software Campus project ENtRANCe. In his master thesis he designed and developed a usable interface for encryption.

In May 2016 he joined the Telekom Innovation Laboratories and the chair as a research scientist. He currently works on the Software Campus project STEAM.

Teaching

Geschäftsprozesse
Fortgeschrittene Programmierung mit Java
Webtechnologien               

Summer term 2021
Summer term 2021
Winter term 2021/ 2022
Summer term 2020
Summer term 2020
Winter term 2020/ 2021
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Winter term 2019/ 2020

Research Interests

  • Data privacy
  • Usability and security
  • Location-based services
  • Data analytics

Publications

Is My Phone Listening in? On the Feasibility and Detectability of Mobile Eavesdropping
Citation key 10.1007/978-3-030-22479-0_6
Author Kröger, J. L. and Raschke, P.
Title of Book Data and Applications Security and Privacy XXXIII
Pages 102–120
Year 2019
ISBN 978-3-030-22479-0
Address Cham
Editor Foley, Simon N.
Publisher Springer International Publishing
Abstract Besides various other privacy concerns with mobile devices, many people suspect their smartphones to be secretly eavesdropping on them. In particular, a large number of reports has emerged in recent years claiming that private conversations conducted in the presence of smartphones seemingly resulted in targeted online advertisements. These rumors have not only attracted media attention, but also the attention of regulatory authorities. With regard to explaining the phenomenon, opinions are divided both in public debate and in research. While one side dismisses the eavesdropping suspicions as unrealistic or even paranoid, many others are fully convinced of the allegations or at least consider them plausible. To help structure the ongoing controversy and dispel misconceptions that may have arisen, this paper provides a holistic overview of the issue, reviewing and analyzing existing arguments and explanatory approaches from both sides. Based on previous research and our own analysis, we challenge the widespread assumption that the spying fears have already been disproved. While confirming a lack of empirical evidence, we cannot rule out the possibility of sophisticated large-scale eavesdropping attacks being successful and remaining undetected. Taking into account existing access control mechanisms, detection methods, and other technical aspects, we point out remaining vulnerabilities and research gaps.
Bibtex Type of Publication SNET Social
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Thesis

  • Raschke, P. (2016). Policy Authoring in Attribute-based Encryption: Designing a Usable and User-centric Interface. Master Thesis. Technische Universität Berlin.
  • Raschke, P. (2014) A Template-based Policy Generation Interface for RESTful Web Services. Bachelor Thesis. Technische Universität Berlin.

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Philip Raschke
Service-centric Networking
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