IAP 2001 Activity

Concepts in Computer and Network Insecurity
Kevin Fu , Roger Dingledine, MIT Network Security Team
Wed Jan 10, 07-10:00pm, 1-190

No enrollment limit, no advance sign up
Single session event
Prereq: Familiarity with UNIX recommended

We will discuss concepts of computer and network security, including network protocol vulnerabilities, buffer overflows, probing techniques, various attacks, common security flaws, and other related topics, depending on participants' interests. Familarity with UNIX is recommended.
Contact: Jeanne Cavanaugh, N42-290a, x3-0852,
Sponsor: Information Systems
Latest update: 12-Jan-2001

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