Course name: A Course in Computer Systems Security from 10-Feb to 28-Feb 2021
Brief introduction of the topic: This is a series of lectures on a few broad topics in computer systems security. It is not supposed to be a comprehensive overview of computer systems security (far from it!), but covers a few popular topics. The course does not require any prerequisites except for a basic undergraduate-level exposure to standard computer science topics, such as operating systems, systems programming, computer architecture, and a few others. You should be able to pick up this missing background (should you lack it) from standard textbooks, or various sources on the Internet.
Course by: Prof. Vinod Ganapathy
Target Audience: Graduates, Faculty and Professionals.
Registration: Click here
Partnering institute: IISc Bengaluru
Schedule of the course: As described below
|Sl No||Topic||Readings||Session Material||Session Recording|
|2||Stack smashing attacks, malware||[AlephOne]|
Link to VM to try examples in slides
|8||Virtualization and applications||Slides||Lecture-11|
|10||Authentication and Protocols||Slides|
|11||Capabilities and Access Control||Slides||Lecture-16|
|12||Web Apps: SOP, CSP, Cookies, XSS, XSRF, SQL Injection||Slides||Lecture-17|
|13||Defenses for Web-based Attacks||Lecture-19|
|19||Mobile App Security||Slides||Lecture-26|