|New slides online (Feb 12)|
Wednesdays, 11:45-13:15 in room 01-006
This course covers aspects and principles of network security. Based on many attacks on common technologies used in communication systems, this course illustrates how things can go wrong and provides basic measures to protect a network from mistakes committed in the past. It covers furthermore the fundamental concepts of security and security problems.
Areas covered in this lecture:
- Physical and Link Layer Security
- Network Layer Security
- Transport Layer Security
- Application Layer Security
Please note that it is strongly recommended to attend communication systems first since it provides the background knowledge for this lecture.
The exercises will be split into three parts: a workshop and two network hack challenges. Successful participation in all three parts is a mandatory admission requirement for the final exam.
Please refer to the website of the physical- and link-layer workshop for the first exercise.
Please refer to the website of the first hack challenge for the second exercise.
The second hack challenge has started. You should have received all instructions via email.
The slides are accessible only from within the university network (131.246.*). Please use SSH or VPN for remote access.
|Physical- & Link Layer||16.02.2019|