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Meetings of Security Seminar and Club

The Security Seminar and Club Meetings are on most Thursdays at 2pm during term time, in the Informatics Forum room 4.31/33. Seminars will be advertised on our as well as the general Informatics seminars list. The Club meetings are advertised to the separate list mailing list. Generally, Seminars alternate with the Club meetings. The Club meetings are less formal, and include work in progress talks, reading group sessions led by locals, etc.



23 Mar - Louiza Papachristodoulou - Online Template Attacks

Side-Channel Attacks (SCA) constitute a constant threat for secure cryptographic implementations. In this talk, after a short introduction to SCA, I am going to present a new powerful attack technique, called Online Template Attacks.

2 Feb - Jean Paul Degabriele - A Surfeit of SSH Cipher Suites

This work presents a systematic analysis of symmetric encryption modes for SSH that are in use on the Internet, providing deployment statistics, new attacks, and security proofs for widely used modes.

12 Jan - Protecting Provenance Information

Provenance information can be used to help users establish how much they are willing to believe a piece of data, or inform them how it should be used. But what happens when the provenance itself cannot be believed?

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