Security of Systems and Networks

Book

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Schedule & Sheets

Date Day Topic Slides Lab assignments Remarks
20131028 Monday Classical Crypto pdf
20131031 Thursday Enigma pdf Lab 2
20131104 Monday Modern Crypto Hashes Stream pdf Lab 3
20131107 Thursday Modern Crypto DES AES pdf
20131111 Monday Physical Security (guest)
20131114 Thursday Stego pdf Lab 5
20131118 Monday Protocols pdf
20131121 Thursday Protocols
20131125 Monday Crypto Math slides, handout
20131128 Thursday Authentication pdf
20131202 Monday Kerberos & TLS
20131205 Thursday SSH IPsec pdf
20131209 Monday NCSC GSM (guest)
20131212 Thursday Riscure Embedded devices (guest)
20131216 Monday Presentations
20131219 Thursday Exam

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SSN Projects Overview

Title Members Proposal Status Report
Investigating Threema Hristo, Jan, Guido PDF public report
Practical security analysis of OpenFlow implementation Daniel, Niels, Stavros, George PDF public report
Improving the Existing Peer Exchange Mechanism Limiting False Peer Injections Azad, Hoda, Mike, Magiel PDF public report
Perfect forward not so secrecy Sean, Joey PDF public report
Tinder Joris, Leendert, Mick, Esan PDF public report
Android OTA Update Security Evaluation Thijs, Eddie, Jan-Willem, Alexandre PDF public report
Investigating security in BlackBerry Messenger Cedric, Peter, Connor, Andy PDF public report
MitM attacks on multi-platform banking applications Kim, Sharon, Eric PDF public report
Security of Graphical Authentication Methods: From Theory to Practice Andreas, Ioannis, Anastasios, Yudha PDF public report

Tentamen

Open book No electronic aids allowed

Study guide indicating where to spend your time studying

Grading

Attendance mandatory and conditional Labs need to be graded as sufficient

Presentation 0% Report 30% Exam 70%

Lecturer


Jaap van Ginkel


Lab teachers: Jeroen van der Ham, Bas Terwijn and Arno Bakker

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