Ken Keys

Ken designs and develops MIDAR, kapar, CoralReef, and other passive and active Internet measurement tools, researching new techniques in Internet measurement. See also Ken's homepage.
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Contact Information

Ken Keys
Phone:(858) 822-0867

Background

Ken received his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of California, San Diego in 1993. After several years in the software industry, Ken joined CAIDA in 1998, where he designs and develops CoralReef and other passive and active Internet measurement tools, and researches new techniques in Internet measurement. Outside of CAIDA, Ken is the author of TinyFugue, a popular MUD client, and enjoys geocaching.

Latest Publications

Paper icon Network Hygiene, Incentives, and Regulation: Deployment of Source Address Validation in the Internet. M. Luckie, R. Beverly, R. Koga, K. Keys, J. Kroll, k. claffy.
ACM Computer and Communications Security (CCS), Nov 2019.
Paper icon Internet-Scale IPv4 Alias Resolution with MIDAR. K. Keys, Y. Hyun, M. Luckie, k. claffy.
IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, Apr 2013.
Paper icon Internet-Scale IPv4 Alias Resolution with MIDAR: System Architecture - Technical Report. K. Keys, Y. Hyun, M. Luckie, k. claffy.
Cooperative Association for Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA), May 2011.
Media icon Internet-Scale Alias Resolution with MIDAR. ISMA Workshop on Active Internet Measurements (AIMS), Feb 2010.
Paper icon Internet-Scale IP Alias Resolution Techniques. K. Keys.
ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review (CCR), Jan 2010.
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