Prof. Dr. Adrian Perrig [AP]
Dr. Markus Legner [ML]
Dr. Stefan Frei [SF]
Piet De Vaere [PD]
Giacomo Giuliari [GG]
Simon Scherrer [SS]
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|Lectures||Tuesday 10:15-11:55, HG E 1.2|
|Guest Talks and Exercise Sessions||Thursday 15:15-17:00, CAB G 61|
|Lab||In this course you can solve a set of challenges on Hacking Lab.
We will send out invitations so you can join our closed course event.
You can solve the challenges autonomously at any time you want.
|Project||The course includes two graded coding projects. These will make up 15 % of the final grade.
More information will follow.
|Grading||You must pass the exam to get credit points. The exam determines 85 % of the final grade. The remaining 15 % comes from the coding projects.|
|Course Catalogue Entry||263-4640-00L Network Security|
|Course Slides/Readers (SVN)||Use your n.ethz account to access the slides and readers in the SVN:
We will only give access to students registered for the course.
If you are registered and cannot access the repository, please let us know, and send us your nethz ID.
(Please allow for a few days of delay, as the authorization process is partially manual.)
|Lecture Recordings||Lecture recordings are available through the ETH video portal|
|08.08.2019||The website for the Network Security course is online.
Classes will start on 17.09.2019
|16.08.2019||The preliminary schedule is published. This schedule may still change.|
|week 1||Lecture||17.09.2019||Course introduction, Crypto refresher [AP]|
|Exercise||19.09.2019||Networking refresher [ML]|
|week 2||Lecture||24.09.2019||PKI Systems [AP]|
|Exercise||26.09.2019||Introduction to Project 1: ACME Client Discussion exercise sheet 1|
|week 3||Lecture||01.10.2019||TLS [Kenny Paterson]|
|Exercise||03.10.2019||Guest: Patrick Schmid, Team Leader & Senior Security Tester, Redguard “Top X Ways to get Domain Admin: A field report from attack simulations across different companies” Discussion exercise sheet|
|week 4||Lecture||08.10.2019||TLS [Kenny Paterson]|
|Exercise||10.10.2019||Discussion exercise sheet Question hour|
|week 5||Lecture||15.10.2019||VPNs (IPsec, WireGuard) [ML]|
|Exercise||17.10.2019||Guest: David McLaughlin, Postmaster, ETH Discussion exercise sheet|
|week 6||Lecture||22.10.2019||Anonymous-communication systems [ML]|
|Exercise||24.10.2019||Discussion exercise sheet Question hour|
|week 7||Lecture||29.10.2019||DNS security and privacy [SF]|
|Exercise||31.10.2019||Guest: Candid Wüest, Sr. Principal Threat Researcher, Symantec “Malware Prevention and its limitations” Discussion exercise sheet|
|week 8||Lecture||05.11.2019||Firewalls, IDS, evasion and limitations [SF]|
|Exercise||07.11.2019||Introduction to Project 2: iptables Discussion exercise sheet|
|Project||08.11.2019||Deadline Project 1 (23:59)|
|week 9||Lecture||12.11.2019||Cybersecurity in practice - Internet of things (IoT) and cyber supply chain security [SF]|
Guest: Anja Harder, Chief IT Security Officer, ETH
“IT Security for Members of ETH Zurich: Services and Challenges”
Discussion exercise sheet
|week 10||Lecture||19.11.2019||Probabilistic traffic-monitoring techniques [ML]|
|Exercise||21.11.2019||Discussion exercise sheet Question hour|
|week 11||Lecture||26.11.2019||BGP security, BGPsec, best practices [ML]|
|Exercise||28.11.2019||Guest: Rayhaan Jaufeerally, Head of operations, Rayhaan Networks Discussion exercise sheet|
|week 12||Lecture||03.12.2019||Next-generation Internet (SCION) [AP]|
|Exercise||05.12.2019||Discussion exercise sheet Question hour|
|week 13||Lecture||10.12.2019||DDoS attacks and current defense mechanisms [AP]|
|Exercise||12.12.2019||Guest: TBD Discussion exercise sheet|
|week 14||Lecture||17.12.2019||QoS and next-generation DDoS defense (COLIBRI) [AP]|
|Exercise||19.12.2019||Discussion exercise sheet Question hour|
|Project||20.12.2019||Deadline Project 2 (23:59)|