Adversarial Machine Learning

Batch Normalization Increases Adversarial Vulnerability: Disentangling Usefulness and Robustness of Model Features

Batch normalization (BN) has been widely used in modern deep neural networks (DNNs) due to fast convergence. BN is observed to increase the model accuracy while at the cost of adversarial robustness. We conjecture that the increased adversarial …

Double Targeted Universal Adversarial Perturbations

Despite their impressive performance, deep neural networks (DNNs) are widely known to be vulnerable to adversarial attacks, which makes it challenging for them to be deployed in security-sensitive applications, such as autonomous driving. …

Understanding Adversarial Examples from the Mutual Influence of Images and Perturbations

A wide variety of works have explored the reason for the existence of adversarial examples, but there is no consensus on the explanation. We propose to treat the DNN logits as a vector for feature representation, and exploit them to analyze the …

Data from Model: Extracting Data from Non-robust and Robust Models

The essence of deep learning is to exploit data to train a deep neural network (DNN) model. This work explores the reverse process of generating data from a model, attempting to reveal the relationship between the data and the model. We repeat the …

CD-UAP: Class Discriminative Universal Adversarial Perturbation

A single universal adversarial perturbation (UAP) can be added to all natural images to change most of their predicted class labels. It is of high practical relevance for an attacker to have flexible control over the targeted classes to be attacked, …