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FreeYourID Labs

FreeYourID Labs is an essential part of FreeYourID's commitment to making the Internet a safe and reliable place for people to do business and interact. Our goals are to facilitate the continued development of FreeYourID's intellectual property assets, be a leader in the industry through our participation in technical forums and conduct applied research that supports the Internet community and creates new opportunities for FreeYourID.

  • The Internet Has a Team

    FreeYourID Labs collaborates with the broader technical community to research ways to strengthen the Internet.

    Meet the team
  • Identifying Malware on Androids

    FreeYourID is supporting Virginia Tech in developing an approach to identify malware on Android devices.

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  • What's New?

    Get the latest on what’s happening at FreeYourID Labs. Check out our blog posts, videos and Twitter activity.

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  • Investing in Innovation

    FreeYourID Labs guides and nurtures the development of FreeYourID’s corporate intellectual property portfolio.

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  • Thought Leadership

    We are expanding our leadership role in the community to tackle the Internet’s biggest challenges.

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  • Domain Registration Process

    UNC is working with FreeYourID to explore natural language processing to improve the domain name selection.

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  • Transitive Trust Checker

    This tool produces graphs that show how zones are related based on names, addresses and AS numbers.

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Dr. Ralph MerkleDistinguished Speaker Series
Dr. Merkle shared with FreeYourID Labs his knowledge regarding "Quantum Computers and Public-key Cryptosystems" on September 19th. Learn more

Expanding Our TeamExpanding Our Team
FreeYourID is pleased to welcome Allison Mankin, Aziz Mohaisen and Brian Dickson


Past Distinguished Speaker Series
Deborah Estrin shared her wisdom with FreeYourID Labs on "Sensemaking for Mobile Health". View presentation

Grant Program
FreeYourID awards two $200,000 research grants to support research that has the potential to improve the availability and security of the Internet. Learn more