PrivacyScore is the result of the work of many contributors.
Multiple researchers and students of the Security in Distributed Systems Group at Universität Hamburg have been working on the design and the implementation of PrivacyScore.
At the moment, most of the virtual machines that are being used for scanning are hosted in Hamburg.
Prof. Dr. Dominik Herrmann heads the Privacy and Security in Information Systems Group. Henning Pridöhl is a research assistant in that group.
Max Maass contributes to PrivacyScore in various ways, for instance by implementing tests. He works in the Secure Mobile Networking Lab at TU Darmstadt, as a PhD student in the Doctoral College “Privacy and Trust for Mobile Users”.
Anne Laubach contributes to PrivacyScore by sharing her expertise regarding legal implications. She is a PhD student in the Doctoral College “Privacy and Trust for Mobile Users”.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sebastian Schinzel works at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and contributes to PrivacyScore by providing computing resources for scanning.
Marvin Hebisch and Nico Vitt are business informatics students in the School of Economic Disciplines. They have implemented the first working prototype of PrivacyScore.
We are grateful to the authors of the following tools, which are being used in PrivacyScore or have inspired our work.
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