Computer Systems Security (Fall 2014)

Computer Systems Security (Fall 2014)

Prof. Nickolai Zeldovich via MIT OpenCourseWare Direct link

1. Introduction, Threat Models

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1. Introduction, Threat Models

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Computer Systems Security (Fall 2014)

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  1. 1 1. Introduction, Threat Models
  2. 2 2. Control Hijacking Attacks
  3. 3 3. Buffer Overflow Exploits and Defenses
  4. 4 4. Privilege Separation
  5. 5 6. Capabilities
  6. 6 7. Sandboxing Native Code
  7. 7 8. Web Security Model
  8. 8 9. Securing Web Applications
  9. 9 10. Symbolic Execution
  10. 10 11. Ur/Web
  11. 11 12. Network Security
  12. 12 13. Network Protocols
  13. 13 14. SSL and HTTPS
  14. 14 15. Medical Software
  15. 15 16. Side-Channel Attacks
  16. 16 17. User Authentication
  17. 17 18. Private Browsing
  18. 18 19. Anonymous Communication
  19. 19 20. Mobile Phone Security
  20. 20 21. Data Tracking
  21. 21 22. Guest Lecture by MIT IS&T
  22. 22 23. Security Economics

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