May 13, 2024, 4:11 a.m. | Yujie Zhang, Neil Gong, Michael K. Reiter

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arXiv:2405.06206v1 Announce Type: new
Abstract: Federated Learning (FL) is a decentralized machine learning method that enables participants to collaboratively train a model without sharing their private data. Despite its privacy and scalability benefits, FL is susceptible to backdoor attacks, where adversaries poison the local training data of a subset of clients using a backdoor trigger, aiming to make the aggregated model produce malicious results when the same backdoor condition is met by an inference-time input. Existing backdoor attacks in FL …

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