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Safeguard Your Connected Products with Turnkey Security
 
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Learn how to easily add a robust layer of security to new or existing designs with the MAXQ1061 DeepCover® Cryptographic Controller for Embedded Devices.
Views: 499 Maxim Integrated
Data Encryption Standard (DES) using arduino
 
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1st arduino board sends plain text and encrypt it Sec arduino board receive cipher text and decrypt it Communication using Bluetooth..
Views: 2109 Mohamed Arafa
ISO 27002 - Control 11.2.3 - Cabling Security
 
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This is control number 50 out of 114 controls of the ISO 27002 standard.
Views: 258 Ultimate Technology
Cryptography for Industrial Control Systems
 
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In this Monthly Briefing, Ray Potter, CEO of SafeLogic will provide a first-hand assessment of the challenges and opportunities associated with the application of cryptography to industrial control systems. SafeLogic is the creator of cryptographic engines used by major hardware and software vendors. In addition to Mr. Potter, ICS-ISAC Chair Chris Blask will provide an update on the Center and related issues. Designed to benefit both the technical & non-technical attendee the Member Briefing series takes a no-nonsense approach to addressing issues that cut across industry, sector, and job function. So whether you are hands-on ICS, administrator, or C-level decision-maker you will find valuable information that you can take and implement to further secure your industrial control systems
Views: 151 Chris Blask
ISO 27002 - Control 18.2.3 - Technical Compliance Review
 
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This is control number 114 out of 114 controls of the ISO 27002 standard.
Views: 310 Ultimate Technology
Dan Boneh: What is the future of cryptography?
 
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Dan Boneh talks about how he first became interested in encryption and the future of Internet security. Boneh is a Professor of Computer Science and of Electrical Engineering at Stanford and an expert in encryption and cyber security. “I was fascinated with computers from a very young age. So, I just fell in love with these things that you can program them and tell them what to do and they just do it without arguing with you. It also became very clear that they're gonna hold a lot personal data about everyone, and it's kinda vital to protect that information somehow.”
Lecture - 34 H.323 Call Controls and Enhancements
 
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Lecture Series on Digital Voice and Picture Communication by Prof.S. Sengupta, Department of Electronics and Electrical Communication Engg ,IIT Kharagpur . For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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Stanford Seminar - The Evolution of Public Key Cryptography
 
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EE380: Computer Systems Colloquium Seminar The Evolution of Public Key Cryptography Speaker: Martin Hellman, Stanford EE (Emeritus) While public key cryptography is seen as revolutionary, after this talk you might wonder why it took Whit Diffie, Ralph Merkle and Hellman so long to discover it. This talk also highlights the contributions of some unsung (or "under-sung") heroes: Ralph Merkle, John Gill, Stephen Pohlig, Richard Schroeppel, Loren Kohnfelder, and researchers at GCHQ (Ellis, Cocks, and Williamson). Resources and Reading Materials M. E. Hellman, Cybersecurity, Nuclear Security, Alan Turing, and Illogical Logic (http://www-ee.stanford.edu/ %7Ehellman/publications/77.pdf), Communications of the ACM, Vol. 60, No. 12, pp. 52-59, December 2017. This is a written version of Martin Hellman's ACM Turing Lecture (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I132wSwAI3o) and was accompanied by a short (6 minute) video (https://vimeo.com/241030842). Other materials and hard to find references can be found on Martin Hellman's Stanford website, http://www-ee.stanford.edu/~hellman/ . About the Speaker: Martin E. Hellman is Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University and is affiliated with the university's Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC). His recent technical work has focused on bringing a risk informed framework to a potential failure of nuclear deterrence and then using that approach to find surprising ways to reduce the risk. His earlier work included co- inventing public key cryptography, the technology that underlies the secure portion of the Internet. His many honors include election to the National Academy of Engineering and receiving (jointly with his colleague Whit Diffie) the million dollar ACM Turing Award, the top prize in computer science. His most recent project is a book, jointly written with his wife of fifty years, "A New Map for Relationships: Creating True Love at Home & Peace on the Planet," that provides a "unified field theory" of peace by illuminating the connections between nuclear war, conventional war, interpersonal war, and war within our own psyches. For more information about this seminar and its speaker, you can visit https://ee380.stanford.edu/Abstracts/180307.html Support for the Stanford Colloquium on Computer Systems Seminar Series provided by the Stanford Computer Forum. Colloquium on Computer Systems Seminar Series (EE380) presents the current research in design, implementation, analysis, and use of computer systems. Topics range from integrated circuits to operating systems and programming languages. It is free and open to the public, with new lectures each week. Learn more: http://bit.ly/WinYX5
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fpga trojans through detecting and weakening of cryptographic primitives
 
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Encryption
 
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Encryption
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Intro to Hardware Security -- Nate Graff
 
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Electrical and Computer Engineers, this video is for you! White Hat Officer Nate Graff introduces various fields of security that require hardware engineering. Nate also talks some wild hardware exploits and the recent event attributed to the infectious Internet of Things.
Views: 3201 White Hat Cal Poly
16. Side-Channel Attacks
 
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MIT 6.858 Computer Systems Security, Fall 2014 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/6-858F14 Instructor: Nickolai Zeldovich In this lecture, Professor Zeldovich discusses side-channel attacks, specifically timing attacks. License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
Views: 9748 MIT OpenCourseWare
Advanced Cryptography: 2. Private Key, Public Key and Key Exchange
 
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Details at: http://asecuritysite.com/crypto/day2
Views: 2151 Bill Buchanan OBE
Raspberry Pi tutorial: Use SSH to in order to remote control your Raspberry Pi.
 
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SSH protocol can be very useful if we want to remote control our Raspberry Pi. I am using a Raspberry Pi A+ board in this video but you can use any Raspberry Pi board you like. So far, when we wanted to use our Raspberry Pi, we were using a keyboard, a mouse and a monitor via the HDMI port, or a touch screen like this one. The second method is easier and portable. I have prepared a detailed tutorial on that touch screen display a few weeks ago, you can check it out. But if we want an even easier solution, we can use our desktop computer, or laptop, or even our cell phone to remotely control the Raspberry Pi. Check this out, I am running a terminal on my Android cell phone and I can execute commands on my Raspberry Pi. I will now run a simple program I wrote in order to light up this LED. Cool, isn't it? But very useful as well! Let's see how we can achieve that! -------------------- WHERE TO BUY -------------------- 1. Raspberry Pi 3: http://educ8s.tv/part/Raspberry3 2. 5'' TFT Display: http://educ8s.tv/part/5InchDisplay 3. Small Wi-Fi Dongle: http://educ8s.tv/part/WiFIDongle 4. LED: http://educ8s.tv/part/LEDs 5. Wires: http://educ8s.tv/part/Wires 6. Resistor: http://educ8s.tv/part/Resistors 7. Breadboard mini: http://educ8s.tv/part/MiniBreadboard Full disclosure: All of the links above are affiliate links. I get a small percentage of each sale they generate. Thank you for your support! Secure Shell or SSH is a cryptographic network protocol to allow remote login to other network services to operate securely over an unsecured network. Using SSH we can remotely log in to a system and execute commands. In this case, the system we want to login to, is the Raspberry Pi. SSH protocol allows us to gain access to the command line of the Raspberry Pi from another computer, but only on the same network. Let's now see how to setup our systems in order to achieve that. SHH is built into the Raspbian distribution that we are using, so all we have to do is to setup the network connection for our Raspberry Pi board. I am using a Raspberry Pi A+ today, but you can use any Raspberry Pi board you like. I replaced the big WiFi dongle I was using so far, with this tiny and cheap one I got from Gearbest.com. It is working fine and it is plug and play, there is no need to install anything at all. It makes things more compact. You can find a link for it in the description of the video. All we have to do now, is to boot our Raspberry Pi once and set up the WiFi password. Next we have to run the command sudo ifconfig in order to get the IP address of our Raspberry Pi. Note this address as we are going to need it. In my case the address is this 192.168.1.44. Most routers, assign a different IP address each time we connect our Raspberry Pi board to the network. So, we have to make the IP address of the Raspberry Pi a static one. In order to achieve that I logged in my routers settings page, and defined that I want my Raspberry Pi board to have a specific IP address, 192.168.1.44. Check your Router settings and see how to set your Raspberry Pi to have a static IP. -------------------- FACT OR FICTION 2018 Quiz Game -------------------- You can download my latest Android Game which is called Fact or Fiction 2018 here: 📥 http://bit.ly/FactOrFiction2018 -------------------- MORE PROJECTS -------------------- Arduino Datalogger: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oei3Y6tOhVI Arduino Weather Station Project: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9jN-3DtS1RI Arduino Nokia 5110 LCD Display: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDwrMeu4k9Y Arduino OLED display tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9EwJ7M7OsI DIY Arduino: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npc3uzEVvc0 -------------------- ABOUT EDUC8S.TV -------------------- Educ8s.tv is a Youtube channel and website which is dedicated in developing high quality videos about DIY hardware and software projects. In this channel we develop projects with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, we build robots and simple electronic circuits. Check out our website as well for more information: http://www.educ8s.tv -------------------- SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE -------------------- Never miss a video: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=educ8s
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Ever wonder how Bitcoin (and other cryptocurrencies) actually work?
 
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Bitcoin explained from the viewpoint of inventing your own cryptocurrency. Videos like these made possible by patreon: https://patreon.com/3blue1brown Protocol Labs: https://protocol.ai/ Interested in contributing? https://protocol.ai/join/ Special thanks to the following patrons: http://3b1b.co/btc-thanks Some people have asked if this channel accepts contributions in cryptocurrency form as an alternative to Patreon. As you might guess, the answer is yes :). Here are the relevant addresses: ETH: 0x88Fd7a2e9e0E616a5610B8BE5d5090DC6Bd55c25 BTC: 1DV4dhXEVhGELmDnRppADyMcyZgGHnCNJ BCH: qrr82t07zzq5uqgek422s8wwf953jj25c53lqctlnw LTC: LNPY2HEWv8igGckwKrYPbh9yD28XH3sm32 Supplement video: https://youtu.be/S9JGmA5_unY Music by Vincent Rubinetti: https://soundcloud.com/vincerubinetti/heartbeat Here are a few other resources I'd recommend: Original Bitcoin paper: https://bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf Block explorer: https://blockexplorer.com/ Blog post by Michael Nielsen: https://goo.gl/BW1RV3 (This is particularly good for understanding the details of what transactions look like, which is something this video did not cover) Video by CuriousInventor: https://youtu.be/Lx9zgZCMqXE Video by Anders Brownworth: https://youtu.be/_160oMzblY8 Ethereum white paper: https://goo.gl/XXZddT Music by Vince Rubinetti: https://vincerubinetti.bandcamp.com/album/the-music-of-3blue1brown ------------------ 3blue1brown is a channel about animating math, in all senses of the word animate. And you know the drill with YouTube, if you want to stay posted on new videos, subscribe, and click the bell to receive notifications (if you're into that). If you are new to this channel and want to see more, a good place to start is this playlist: http://3b1b.co/recommended Various social media stuffs: Website: https://www.3blue1brown.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/3Blue1Brown Patreon: https://patreon.com/3blue1brown Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/3blue1brown Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/3Blue1Brown
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Session 02: Key Management – Basic System Demo
 
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This webinar shows the basics of a Traka key management system, and covers the methods of accessing a key cabinet and aquiring an item. http://www.trakausa.com
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Army Radios: "Radio Set AN/VRC12" 1963 US Army Training Film; Tactical Communications Gear
 
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Shortwave & Military Radio playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA4AC5A9478CECACC more at http://showbiz.quickfound.net/world_band_radio.html "RADIO SET AN/VRC-12 FEATURES, CAPABILITIES, INSTALLATION, OPERATION, AND MAINTENANCE OF THE AN/VRC-12; CONSTRUCTION AND FEATURES OF AN/VRC-43 - 49 RADIO SETS." US Army Training Film TF11-3305 Reupload of a previously uploaded film, in one piece instead of multiple parts, and with improved video & sound. Public domain film from the US National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://olive-drab.com/od_electronics_anvrc12.php AN/VRC-12 Vehicular Tactical Radio Sets The radio sets AN/VRC-12 and VRC-43 through VRC-49, commonly referred to as the AN/VRC-12-series, were the vehicular tactical radio communications equipment used extensively by combat units from the Vietnam War (1965) through the early 1990s. These VHF FM single channel radio sets replaced the AN/GRC-3 through GRC-8 series. They were fully compatible with the AN/PRC-25 and AN/PRC-77, the basic infantry battalion manportable radio extensively used in the 1960s through 1980s. The AN/VRC-12 equipment provided 920 VHF/FM voice channels in the 30-76 MHz range. From 1965 through about 1990, its period of service, U.S. Army and USMC units communicated with each other via these AN/VRC-12 tactical radios with few exceptions. The radio set was the Army and USMC tactical vehicular combat net radio, providing short range, two-way radio telephone communications. It was used primarily in utility vehicles, trucks, armored personnel carriers, Bradley Fighting Vehicles, self propelled Howitzers and the PATRIOT Missile System. The AN/VRC-12 generation of radios was planned to be replaced in the mid-1980s by the SINCGARS family of VHF frequency-hopping radios with embedded cryptographic circuitry. However, a series of program setbacks repeatedly delayed this upgrade so that by 1990 only a few units had the SINCGARS while most continued to use the VRC-12s. The AN/VRC-12 family consisted of various combinations of two basic components, a receiver-transmitter and an auxiliary receiver. It consists of three major units: Receiver-Transmitter RT-246A/VRC with a channel-presetting capability (10 pushbuttons), Manual Receiver-Transmitter RT-524A/VRC with built-in loudspeaker, and Auxiliary Receiver R-442A/VRC (wt. 18.5 lbs/8.4 kg). The radios also could be used with speech security or digital data equipment. The two versions of receiver-transmitter were: - RT246A/VRC: could operate on one of ten frequencies preset by the operator, controlled by pushbuttons. The RT-246 was designed for use in tracked vehicles where the operator could not reach the control panel. (61 lbs/27.7 kg) - RT-524A/VRC: developed primarily for use in those vehicles where the operator could reach the control panel easily. The operator had to select each frequency manually on the RT-524, which had a built-in loudspeaker in the space occupied by push buttons on the RT-246. (wt. 58 lbs/26.3 kg) Other components include the Frequency Selector Control C-2742/VRC (NSN-5895-00-892-3343) and the Intercommunication Set C-2299/VRC (NSN-5820-00-892-3340), control boxes for remote control of the radios when mounted beyond the reach of the operator...
Views: 9838 Jeff Quitney
Controlling electronic devices through the power line (EDL project)
 
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This was my first (semi-successful) project during undergrad. I apologize for the amateur video and sound quality. All recording was done on a Nokia smartphone. Other team members included Mihir Patel and Saurabh Tembhurne. The motivation here is to use the powerline to establish communication between electronic devices. The laptop seen in the video is a central server. We use a cheap ($10) mobile phone to receive a text message. The phone is connected to the server (laptop) via Bluetooth. Server runs a python script that constantly pings the mobile phone through a COM port. Once the phone receives an SMS with an encoded message, the server sends an appropriate signal to the electronic device. In this case, we use LEDS as an electronic device. In the case of IoT, security is of prime concern. We had few simple security checks including checking for authorized mobile phone numbers that can send the signals. But it is possible to introduce additional cryptographic checks for robustness. Important learning: power lines are noisy. We had to isolate the circuit from the power line in this demonstration.
Hardware Trojans in Wireless Cryptographic ICs
 
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This video is an introduction to our project: Hardware Trojans in Wireless Cryptographic ICs: Silicon Demonstration and Detection Method Evaluation, which will be presented at ICCAD 2013.
Views: 196 Yu Liu
US ARMY: AH-64D Armament_Electrical_Avionic Systems Repairer (15Y)
 
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http://imcom.korea.army.mil Welcome to US Army, IMCOM-Korea IMCOM-Korea supports Soldiers, Civilians and Family Members with Army-standard installation facilities, spacious housing areas, 5-star restaurants, new first-rate recreational centers, and spectacular access to Korean food and culture. Korea is a great place to live, work or visit. Whether this is your first tour to Korea or a return assignment, you can look forward to a personally and professionally rewarding experience in the Land of the Morning Calm. To learn more about living and serving with the US Army in Korea, visit us online at http://imcom.korea.army.mil To learn about serving in the US Army, visit http://www.goarmy.com Hundreds of Army missions depend on aircraft for transport, patrol and flight training. Instruments, lights, weapons, ignition systems, landing gears and many other aircraft parts are powered by electricity. It's up to the members of the aircraft electrician team to ensure that the electrical systems on helicopters are properly maintained and repaired. The AH-64D Armament/Electrical/Avionic Systems Repairer is primarily responsible for supervising, inspecting and performing maintenance on the armament, electrical and avionic systems of the AH-64D helicopter, a twin-engine attack helicopter. Some of your duties as an AH-64D Armament/Electrical/Avionic Systems Repairer may include: - Diagnosing, troubleshooting and repairing malfunctions in the AH-64D armament, electrical and avionic systems and components - Performing maintenance, authorized modifications and alignment on weapons components, fire control units, sighting elements, electronic and mechanical devices - Performing operational and preventive checks on aircraft flight controls, stabilization systems, avionics and controlled cryptographic equipment - Troubleshooting equipment wiring harnesses - Testing, troubleshooting and repairing diagnostic equipment - Maintaining records on weapons and subsystems
Views: 2606 IMCOMKoreaRegion
CAN(controller area network) Seminar Part 4
 
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controller area network seminar videos
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Army Careers 15N - Avionic Mechanic
 
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The Avionic Mechanic performs unit and intermediate maintenance on tactical communications security (COMSEC), communication, navigation, identification friend or foe, and flight control equipment. Some of your duties as an Avionic Mechanic may include: -Repair, replace and perform operational and maintenance checks and alignments on aircraft flight controls, stabilization systems, avionics and controlled cryptographic equipment -Troubleshoot equipment and traces avionic and cryptographic equipment wiring harnesses using technical manuals and schematic drawings to diagnose and isolate faults and effect repairs -Perform maintenance on special and common hand tools and test, measurement and diagnostic equipment -Requisition and maintain shop and bench stock for repair of aircraft avionics equipment -Prepare forms and records related to aircraft maintenance
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27c3: Hacking iButtons (de)
 
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Speaker: Christian Brandt iButton in particular because of their comparatively simple and cost control more widespread than it seems at first glance. Although security issues are sometimes more than obvious, they are used in applications which really need a cryptographically safe solution. The first part of the talk shows the general security problems exist and how they affect the security of the applications. Affected monitor systems, secure electronic door locking systems, cash register key systems / POS terminals, ticket machines are much more. Besides iButton, which contain only static serial numbers or RO / RW storage, there are also various Crypto iButton, eg with SHA1 MAC and challenge-response procedure. These are preferably in the area of micro-payment application, the systems are designed to give the amount of money is only stored on the iButton itself. An example of such a system is Akbil in Istanbul with more than 5 million participants. Furthermore, they find for example Applications to RAID controllers feature soft order management (eg Super Micro). The manufacturer is using the security-by-obscurity method and holds the data sheets and any other relevant details. They have iButtons several measures intended to prevent the extraction of the 64-bit wide key. We have developed several attacks that allow the extraction of the key, which we will present the best attacks in the lecture. The best attack can be performed with minimal financial resources in a few minutes, is the real computational work per 64-bit key in 10 seconds. (via google translate) For more information visit:http://bit.ly/27c3_information To download the video visit: http://bit.ly/27c3_videos
Views: 2878 Christiaan008
Veltech polytechnic college 2015-16 batch 2 project  demo
 
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Cryptography secured communication between army station project
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Miodrag Mihaljević - A Framework for Data Encryption
 
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Full title Miodrag Mihaljević - A Framework for Data Encryption Based on Joint Employment of Cryptography and Coding Abstract An important topic of Data Science is Data Security where data confidentiality appears as a very important issue. When a heavy employment of encryption is necessary, minimization of the overheads and fit into the implementation constraints are required which preserve cryptographic security as well. Accordingly, this talk addresses an approach for design of compact encryption which supports minimization of the overheads, fits into asymmetric implementation constraints and provides certain level of the provable security. The addressed approach is based on a combination of traditional encryption and coding in order to provide security enhancement of lightweight encryption algorithms which fits into the implementation constraints About the lecturer Miodrag J. Mihaljević has received his B.Sc. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering from University of Belgrade, Serbia (Yugoslavia), and received his Ph.D. degree in 1990. He is a Research Professor and the Projects Leader at the Mathematical Institute, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Belgrade, and serves as Deputy Director of the Institute. His main research areas are cryptology and information security. He has published more than 100 research papers in the leading international journals, books and conference proceedings (including over 50 papers in IEEE journals, Journal of Cryptology, Phys. Rev. A, Computing, IET Information Security, Inform. Process. Lett., LNCS, IEICE Transactions, and as certain book chapters), and over 200 publications in total. He is co-inventor of 6 granted patents in U.S, Japan and China. His research results have been cited more than 2000 times in the leading international publications. He has participated in over 10 international research projects and has served over 150 times as the reviewer for the leading international journals and conferences. He has held long-term visiting positions at the University of Tokyo, IMAI Lab (1997-2001 and 2004-2005), Sony Computer Science Labs (2001-2002), Sony Corporation Labs (2002-2003), Tokyo, the Research Centre for Information Security (RCIS), National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Tokyo, Japan (2006-2012), Invited Senior Researcher at the Research Institute for Secure Systems (RISEC), National Institute AIST, Tsukuba, Japan (2012-2013), Invited Researcher and Professor at the Chuo University, IMAI Lab., Tokyo, Japan (2013-2014) and Project Professor at IIS, The University of Tokyo (2014-2016). Dr. Mihaljević is a recipient of the 2013 Award of Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts for ten years achievements, and is an elected member of the Academia Europaea from 2014. Homepage http://www.mi.sanu.ac.rs/cv/cvmihaljevic.htm
Integrity Protection and Access Control - Who Do You Trust? by Glenn Wurster, BlackBerry
 
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Integrity Protection and Access Control - Who Do You Trust? - Glenn Wurster, BlackBerry Without file-system and boot integrity for all storage, on-line access control against a physical attacker is a masquerade. Using an off-line attack, an attacker can change the permissions, contents, and even the SELinux label of a file not integrity protected. What does SELinux do if it can't trust its labels? One solution is to encrypt all file-systems using hardware backed keys. In this talk I will start by talking about a LSM created for the BlackBerry Priv that ties running with elevated privileges (including SEAndroid domains) to integrity protection. The approach is designed to limit the risk of a system service executing a binary on the user data partition with elevated privileges. After talking about the specific LSM developed, I will expand the focus to the general intersection between integrity protection and access control. About Glenn Wurster Glenn Wurster is currently a Principal Security Researcher with BlackBerry. He has presented at conferences including Usenix Enigma, ACM CCS, Usenix HotSec, and IEEE S&P. He co-chaired ACM SPSM in 2015 and is on the program committee for Usenix WOOT and ACM SPSM in 2016. He is currently involved in operating system security for both Linux (as a result of his ongoing work with the Android based BlackBerry Priv smartphone) and QNX (as a result of his ongoing work with BlackBerry 10 smartphones). His current research is focused on mandatory access control and mitigations against security vulnerabilities. He received his Ph.D. in 2010, where his thesis focused on mechanisms which encouraged secure-by-default development behaviour by constraining dangerous permissions.
Andreea Alexandru's PhD seminar 10 18 17
 
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"Privacy Preserving Cloud-Based Quadratic Optimization" Talk Info: In the Internet of Things setup, cloud-outsourced computations are ubiquitous, because of the low computation, battery and storage requirements of the participating devices. Due to the increasing number of cyberattacks, privacy infringements and financial interests arising from owning private data, it is unrealistic to assume that the cloud does not try to take advantage of the users' data. The most common framework in which multi-party computation is performed is the semi-honest model, which, intuitively, describes rival parties that collaborate to achieve a common goal. Under this setup, we wish to develop protocols that satisfy cryptographic security, i.e., no party can infer anything about the private data of other parties. More specifically, we address optimization problems, which lie at the core of control applications, such as state estimation, model predictive control etc. In this talk, we propose a protocol for privately solving constrained quadratic optimization problems with sensitive data. The problem encompasses the private data of multiple agents and is outsourced to an untrusted server. We present an interactive protocol that achieves the solution by making use of partially homomorphic cryptosystems to securely effectuate computations. Bio: Andreea Alexandru received the B.Sc. degree in Automatic Control and Systems Engineering from “Politehnica” University of Bucharest, Romania, in 2015. She is currently in her third year of Ph.D. program in the Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering, University of Pennsylvania, working with prof. George Pappas and prof. Ali Jadbabaie. Her research interests lie in the security of control systems, involving both cryptographic and information-theory tools.
Views: 145 Penn Ese
Proof-of-Stake (vs proof-of-work)
 
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Cryptocurrencies use a ton of electricity because of mining. In recent years people started working on a different technique called Proof-of-Stake. Not only does it use less energy, it can also be more secure. (This video is a re-upload to fix a mistake I made in the previous one. Sorry about that!) 📚 Sources for this video: https://www.savjee.be/videos/simply-explained/proof-of-stake/ 🌍 Social Twitter: https://twitter.com/savjee Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/savjee ✏️ Check out my blog https://www.savjee.be
1. Introduction, Threat Models
 
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MIT 6.858 Computer Systems Security, Fall 2014 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/6-858F14 Instructor: Nickolai Zeldovich In this lecture, Professor Zeldovich gives a brief overview of the class, summarizing class organization and the concept of threat models. License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
Views: 348309 MIT OpenCourseWare
HOW TO MINE BITCOIN? - Step by Step Tutorial - Bitcoin Mining Explained
 
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Panel 2 - Policy, Law, and Technology in the Current Crypto Wars
 
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Panel 2 - Policy, Law, and Technology in the Current Crypto Wars November 2, 2016 Co-sponsored by the Stanford Center for Internet and Society, the Stanford Computer Science Department, and the Stanford Cyber Initiative. Professor Dan Boneh and several Ph.D. students from the Stanford Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Departments presented their latest research on selected topics in applied cryptography. Their presentations will include: · Professor Boneh on communication systems that hide metadata · Henry Corrigan-Gibbs on private data collection · Valeria Nikolaenko on verifiable warrants https://cyberlaw.stanford.edu/events/policy-law-and-technology-current-crypto-wars
SPC58 : Scalable, Connected, and Secure Automotive MCUs
 
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For more information: http://bit.ly/Chorus-SPC5 The SPC58 "Chorus" products are the latest in the successful SPC5 family with enhanced scalability, connectivity, and security. The SPC58 targets a number of automotive applications including in-car gateways, firmware updates over-the-air, electric-vehicle battery management, lighting and body control units, and advanced parking applications. Premium vehicles today typically now have around 130 electronic control units (ECUs). These are networked to control about 150 motors and actuators. With this in mind the SPC58 line has been designed with scalable performance options, memory sizes, package options and a host of networking interfaces, all secured with the latest cryptographic HSM. The SPC58 “Chorus” automotive MCUs includes the http://bit.ly/SPC58-B-Line, http://bit.ly/SPC58_C_Line, http://bit.ly/SPC58_G_Line, and coming soon, the SPC58 H Line. For all detailed technical questions, please check out our community site at http://bit.ly/ST-COMMUNITY where you can meet and exchange with ST FAES, employees and other engineers.
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DEF CON 23 - Panel - Switches Get Stitches
 
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This talk will introduce you to Industrial Ethernet Switches and their vulnerabilities. These are switches used in industrial environments, like substations, factories, refineries, ports, or other homes of industrial automation. In other words: DCS, PCS, ICS & SCADA switches. The researchers focus on attacking the management plane of these switches, because we all know that industrial system protocols lack authentication or cryptographic integrity. Thus, compromising any switch allows the creation of malicious firmwares for further MITM manipulation of a live process. Such MITM manipulation can lead to the plant or process shutting down (think: nuclear reactor SCRAM) or getting into a unknown and hazardous state (think: damaging a blast furnace at a steel mill) Not only will vulnerabilities be disclosed for the first time, but the methods of finding those vulnerabilities will be shared. All vulnerabilities disclosed will be in the default configuration state of the devices. While these vulnerabilities have been responsibly disclosed to the vendors, SCADA/ICS patching in live environments tends to take 1-3 years. Because of this patching lag, the researchers will also be providing live mitigations that owner/operators can use immediately to protect themselves. At least four vendors switches will be examined: Siemens, GE, Garrettcom and Opengear. Colin Cassidy is a security consultant for IOActive where he focuses on Industrial Control Systems. He has a strong development and software engineering background. He is also a seasoned leader in the areas of security and software engineering. Before joining IOActive, Cassidy served for a number of years as Technical Manager and Security Technical Lead for IGE Energy Services, Ltd, part of GE Energy. He has hands-on experience with PowerOn Fusion, a leading Outage Management System/Distribution Management System (OMS/DMS) solution for electricity distribution management. He also led a team of developers in producing new functionality within the core product and worked with customers to understand their requirements. Colin Cassidy has a BSc (Hons) in Computing Science from the University of Glasgow. Twitter: @parttimesecguy Éireann Leverett hates writing bios in the third person. He once placed second in an Eireann Leverett impersonation contest. He likes teaching the basics, and learning the obscure. He is sometimes jealous of his own moustache for being more famous than he is. If he could sum up his life in one sentence; he wouldn't. That would be a life-sentence! He is primarily known for smashing the myth of the air-gap in industrial systems with his master's thesis, finding authentication bypasses for industrial ethernet switches, and working with incident response teams to improve their understanding of industrial control systems security. He believes security takes an awful lot more than penetration-testing and speaks often about the wider effects of embedded system insecurity. Twitter: @blackswanburst Robert M. Lee is a co-founder of Dragos Security LLC where he has a passion for control system protocol analysis, digital forensics, and threat intelligence research. He is also an active-duty U.S. Air Force Cyber Warfare Operations Officer where he has been a member of multiple computer network defense teams including his establishing and leading of a first-of-its-kind ICS/SCADA threat intelligence and intrusion analysis mission. Robert received his BS from the United States Air Force Academy and his MS in Cybersecurity Digital Forensics from Utica College. He is a passionate educator and teaches in the ICS and Forensics programs at SANS and is an Adjunct Lecturer at Utica College where he teaches in their MS Cybersecurity program. Robert is also the author of 'SCADA and Me' and is currently pursuing his PhD at Kings College London with research in control system cyber security. He routinely publishes academic and industry focused works in a wide variety of journals and publications; additionally he has presented at conferences around the world. Twitter: @RobertMLee
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DEF CON 23 - Aditya K Sood - Dissecting the Design of SCADA Web HMIs: Hunting Vulns
 
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Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs) are the subsets of the Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems. HMIs are control panels that provide interfaces for humans to interact with machines and to manage operations of various types of SCADA systems. HMIs have direct access to SCADA databases including critical software programs. The majority of SCADA systems have web-based HMIs that allow the humans to control the SCADA operations remotely through Internet. This talk unveils various flavors of undisclosed vulnerabilities in web-based SCADA HMIs including but not limited to remote or local file inclusions, insecure authentication through clients, weak password hashing mechanisms, firmware discrepancies, hardcoded credentials, insecure web-services, weak cryptographic design, cross-site request forgery, and many others. This talk digs deeper into the design models of various SCADA systems to highlight security deficiencies in the existing SCADA HMI deployments. The research is driven with a motivation to secure SCADA devices and to build more intelligent solutions by hunting vulnerabilities in SCADA HMIs. The vulnerabilities presented in this talk are completely undisclosed and will be revealed for the first time with live demonstrations. Speaker Bio: Aditya K Sood (Ph.D) is a senior security researcher and consultant. Dr. Sood has research interests in malware automation and analysis, application security, secure software design and cybercrime. He has worked on a number of projects pertaining to penetration testing specializing in product/appliance security, networks, mobile and web applications while serving Fortune 500 clients for IOActive, KPMG and others. He is also a founder of SecNiche Security Labs, an independent web portal for sharing research with security community. He has authored several papers for various magazines and journals including IEEE, Elsevier, CrossTalk, ISACA, Virus Bulletin, Usenix and others. His work has been featured in several media outlets including Associated Press, Fox News, Guardian, Business Insider, CBC and others. He has been an active speaker at industry conferences and presented at BlackHat, DEF CON, HackInTheBox, RSA, Virus Bulletin, OWASP and many others. Dr. Sood obtained his Ph.D from Michigan State University in Computer Sciences. Dr. Sood is also an author of "Targeted Cyber Attacks" book published by Syngress. Company Website: http://www.elastica.net Personal website: http://adityaksood.secniche.org Twitter: @AdityaKSood
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Is Skycoin Going to the Moon?!?! 11 Things You NEED to Know
 
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Skycoin is bringing the decentralized internet to the blockchain with their Skywire, Obelisk, & Skyminer technology. Here's 11 things you need to know about SKY coin. Skycoin is a blockchain-based project that, aside from cryptocurrency, tackles the development of energy-efficient custom hardware, the elimination of mining rewards, achieving transaction speeds that can hold their own with the likes of Visa, & the development of a “new Internet” that features improvements in terms of privacy & security. The same centralization tendency can also be historically observed with Internet Service Providers. ISPs can also exploit customers further by selling their information to interested 3rd parties. The Skycoin team aims to return to the initial ideals of decentralization put forward by Satoshi Nakamoto while also building a truly decentralized mesh-Internet that puts control into the hands of the users; freeing them from their dependence on ISPs. Skycoin doesn’t rely on Proof-of-Work or Proof-of-Stake consensus algorithms. Its developers use a new distributed consensus algorithm called Obelisk, which they describe as a “Web-of-Trust.” As the central component of Skycoin’s ecosystem, Obelisk improves security & greatly increases transaction speeds. The web-of-trust means that influence is distributed over the network. Since there’s no mining involved, the web is instead made up of nodes; each of them subscribing to a list of trusted nodes and, as such, those with more subscribers have more influence in the network. Every node is given a personal blockchain that essentially represents a transparent “public broadcasting channel,” where each action is recorded & visible. There are no fixed ports, & nodes are addressed by their public cryptographic keys with their IP addresses known only by the nodes they connect with directly. Communication & consensus decisions taking place on a node’s personal blockchain can easily be audited by the community without sacrificing privacy. Block-Making nodes send their input to Consensus Nodes, & even though their algorithms are separate from one another, both node types operate on the same data structures. Both Block-Making Nodes as well as Consensus Nodes perform fraud detection & authorship verification on incoming data. There are no fees for Skycoin transactions. Instead, transactions cost Coin Hours. An exchange is in the works for converting & establishing exchange rates between Coin Hours & Skycoin. Coin Hours somewhat resemble gas in Ethereum; the key difference being that they operate as a parallel currency in the Skycoin ecosystem & are tradeable on exchanges. It aims to create a decentralized mesh network that’s cheaper, faster, more accessible, & that provides a higher quality service. Skywire has been in development for over 4 years, & the project has already taken its first steps towards developing 4 major aspects critical to building a new Internet. These are the communication protocol, the payment protocol, a hardware platform, & an application ecosystem. Skywire moves away from TCP/IP & employs Multi-Protocol Label Switching (or MPLS) techniques to ensure the high-performance & highly-scalable movement of any data across any environment. MPLS means that movement through the network is established before traffic is sent out. MPLS is less computationally-demanding & more secure than the current model. Nodes on the packet’s route will only see its previous & next hop, & not its content, source, or destination. MPLS is also economically stimulating. Source nodes using Skywire will have complete control over routing protocol & will naturally opt to send traffic over routes with low latency, cost, & hop-count. Every participating node within the Skywire ecosystem can benefit from its embedded payment protocol. Nodes basically act as micro-ISPs capable of automatic metering, billing, & settlement, & they earn SKY coins for powering the network. Tthe Skywire mesh network pays users for supporting it. Skywire’s computing power, storage capacity, & networking capabilities are provided by custom-built hardware VPN units called Skyminers. Fiber is presented by the team as the “infinitely-scalable & highly customizable parallel peer-chain architecture of the Skycoin platform.” It enables 3rd parties to develop secure, scalable decentralized apps. The Skycoin team has also created a new deterministic programming language called CX that builds more than just smart contracts. Synth is one of Bitcoin’s earliest developers & he started working on Skycoin around 8 years ago; fueled by the idea of building a decentralized Internet. He has a background in symbolic logic, distributed systems, & mathematics. Disclaimer: This is not financial advice. I absolve myself of all responsibility (directly or indirectly) for any damage, loss caused, alleged to be caused by, or in connection with the use of or reliance on any content, goods or services mentioned in this article. As usual, DYOR.
Role of Software Defined Networking and WAN Virtualization in Securing SCADA Systems (Part 1 of 2)
 
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(Part 1 of 2) Thomas Williams, Security Architect Lead at the California Independent System Operator (ISO), hosted this webinar on April 27, 2016, as part of NREL’s Smart Grid Educational Series. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) networks provide remote control for critical infrastructure. Security for SCADA communication, when applied at all, typically involves some form of link encryption or privacy protection. Examples of such overlays on natively insecure SCADA protocols include PKI and VPN. These security solutions tend to scale poorly and expensively. In this context, the digitization of the electricity supply network underlying SCADA presents new challenges to the mesh of interconnected devices sharing information essential for automating grid control. In order to scale Smart Grid communication securely over wide areas, we need innovation in the architecture. We discuss a promising proprietary application of software-defined networking (SDN) with particularly strong security features optimized for public networks. The end result is secure SCADA communication, including encryption of packet data, without requirement to provision and maintain digital certificates or private communication links. The disruptive potential of this implementation is significant.
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Bruce Schneier: The security mirage
 
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http://www.ted.com The feeling of security and the reality of security don't always match, says computer-security expert Bruce Schneier. At TEDxPSU, he explains why we spend billions addressing news story risks, like the "security theater" now playing at your local airport, while neglecting more probable risks -- and how we can break this pattern.
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EE478 Presentation - FPGA Implementation of AES 128
 
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Senior at the University at Buffalo, Electrical Engineering Program
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DEF CON 13 - Wesley Tanner and Nick Lane-Smith: End-to-End Voice Encryption over GSM
 
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Wesley Tanner and Nick Lane-Smith: End-to-End Voice Encryption over GSM: A Different Approach Where is end-to-end voice privacy over cellular? What efforts are underway to bring this necessity to the consumer? This discussion will distill for you the options available today, and focus on current research directions in technologies for the near future. Cellular encryption products today make use of either circuit switched data (CSD), or high latency packet switched networks. We will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of these services, focusing on details of GSM cellular channels specifically. The highlight will be our current research project: encrypted voice over the GSM voice channel. We'll dig into how this works, and why it is useful. This talk will touch on some fundamentals of modem design, voice codecs, GSM protocol basics, cryptographic protocols for voice links, and a bunch of other interesting stuff. There will be demonstrations with MATLAB/Octave and C, and we will provide some fun code to experiment with. Wes is a systems engineer at a software-defined radio company in San Diego, California. He holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and is thinking of returning to school to formally study communication systems. Nick is a security engineer at an innovative computer company in Cupertino, California. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of California, Santa Barbara and as far as I know, he is through with the school thing. He is currently unreachable in Antigua, so I suppose I could say anything here. I won't.
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REVIEW: GateKeeper Halberd - Smart Computer Lock/Remote
 
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GateKeeper Halberd - Wireless Bluetooth PC Lock Remote Find it here: https://goo.gl/831rbb Website: https://gkchain.com/halberd.html Kickstarter: https://goo.gl/TfJNvm Details: SECURELY SIGN ON TO YOUR COMPUTER AND YOUR FAVORITE WEBSITES WEB AUTHENTICATION WITH ONE-TIME PASSWORDS GATEKEEPER ARKHAM APP TO LOCK YOUR PHONE LONGER BATTERY LIFE Halberd is a convenient new tool for accessing & securing your most sensitive devices and the data they hold. Reducing internal risks by quickly deploying a multi-factor solution and automating compliance needs for unattended computers has just been made simpler. With companion smart-phone apps like the GateKeeper TRIDENT and the GateKeeper ARKHAM, the next generation of GateKeeper solutions makes securing data across all your devices a breeze. The Halberd is the flagship key fob for accessing your computer. The larger design provides additional power to guarantee improved performance and accuracy without sacrificing battery life. We have added an accelerometer for motion detection and a button on the side to lock the computer with a click of a button while in range. It also sports a more powerful processor for faster processing of secure cryptographic key exchange. Includes: 1 Halberd Smart Bluetooth Key or Trident App (the key) 1 USB lock (Included with Halberd) or internal 4.0 BLE chip (the lock) GateKeeper Single-user Authentication Software (the code)
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Nordic Semiconductor nRF52840 Multi-Protocol SoC | New Product Brief
 
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View full article: https://www.allaboutcircuits.com/new-industry-products/nordic-semiconductor-nrf52840-multi-protocol-soc-new-product-brief/ Nordic Semiconductor’s nRF52840 Multi-Protocol SoC is an ultra-low power, highly flexible SoC for short-range wireless applications, including advanced wearables, IoT devices, advanced remote controls, and gaming controllers. The nRF52840 supports Bluetooth 5, Bluetooth Low Energy, Thread and other 802.15.4 protocols, ANT, ANT+, and proprietary 2.4 GHz protocols. The SoC is based on an Arm Cortex-M4F with 1MB flash, 256kB RAM, and support for DSP instruction, providing powerful computation for complex algorithms. The nRF52840 can run from a 1.7 V to 5.5 V supply, and all peripherals have an independent and automated clock and power management to minimize power consumption. The SoC also features an Arm TrustZone CryptoCell providing cryptographic functions for robust security. For more information, as well as all the latest All About Circuits projects and articles, visit the official website at http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/ Check out Mouser's profile on All About Circuits and see more product briefs and articles at https://www.allaboutcircuits.com/author/mouser-electronics For more new products at Mouser, visit https://www.mouser.com/new/ Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AllAboutCircuitsVideo Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allaboutcircuits Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AllAboutCircuit Follow us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/allaboutcircuits
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First Look Episode 2: MAXQ1061
 
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Maxim Integrated’s MAXQ1061 DeepCover cryptographic controller can be used to implement security in new designs or to easily add security to existing products.
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Patterns of Authentication and Self-Announcement in IoT - AppSecUSA 2016
 
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Recorded at AppSecUSA 2016 in Washington, DC https://2016.appsecusa.org/ Patterns of Authentication and Self-Announcement in the Internet of Things (IoT) The need to connect ‘things’ to each other in the IoT ecosystem introduces new security requirements for authentication and self-announcement due to four major characteristics of IoT 1. Physical access and infinite time available to adversaries to take apart devices 2. Lower computation power of standalone devices 3. Unforeseen and emergent behavior of the system if arbitrary nodes are compromised 4. Endless possibility of privacy intrusion based on data intelligence and indirect identity inference. In this work the IoT systems are modelled using a number of elements: person, machine/device, service, server, client (esp. mobile), and passive marker. New authentication scenarios emerge when these items introduce themselves to each other on trusted or untrusted networks. The majority of authentication and self-announcement needs could be modelled using the above elements. For major authentication and self-announcement scenarios, possible authentication patterns are presented. Here are four examples of how these patterns apply to sample IoT scenarios: • Home automation as enabled by NEST devices • Device collaboration in Zigbee-based networks • Smart inventory management using NFC/RFID • Remote device control based on XMPP (SASL authentication) The minimum computation power (capability to perform cryptographic operations) and privacy preserving considerations are analyzed in each case. Farbod H Foomany A senior application security researcher (technical lead) at security compass. He has a bachelor degree in electrical engineering (control systems), Masters degree in artificial intelligence and robotics, and has completed a PhD with main research on security aspects of using voice-print and other biometrics in criminological and security applications. Farbod is currently involved in a project that aims to investigate and formulate the security requirements of system design/development in the internet of things (IoT) ecosystem. Farbod has published and presented his work on signal processing and security in several conferences and journals such IEEE conferences/journals, ISACA journal, crime science conferences and crime reduction networks. Amir Pourafshar Application Security Researcher, Security Compass Amir Pourafshar is an application security researcher at Security Compass. Amir is currently part of a research team working on an IoT project that aims to investigate and formulate the security requirements of system design/development in internet of things (IoT) ecosystem. Amir has done his masters in computer science at Information Security Centre of eXcellence (University of New Brunswick). - Managed by the official OWASP Media Project https://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_Media_Project
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ESP32 Deep Sleep Tutorial for Low Power Projects
 
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Welcome to this ESP32 Deep Sleep tutorial with the Arduino IDE! Today we are going to learn how to put the ESP32 chip into the Deep Sleep mode in order to conserve power and make our projects battery friendly. There is a lot to cover so let’s get started! The ESP32 chip is a fantastic new chip with great features. It offers a lot of processing power, two 32 bit cores, a lot of memory, Bluetooth and WiFi in a small and easy to use chip. One of the most interesting things about the ESP32 chip is that it offers a low-power deep sleep mode which is very easy to use. Let’s see how to use it. -------------------- WHERE TO BUY -------------------- DOIT ESP32: http://educ8s.tv/part/ESP32 Firebeetle ESP32: http://educ8s.tv/part/FireBeetle LEDs: http://educ8s.tv/part/LEDs Resistors: http://educ8s.tv/part/Resistors Small Breadboard: http://bit.ly/SmallBreadboard Jumper Wires: http://bit.ly/JumperWiresB Multimeter: http://educ8s.tv/part/Multimeter Full disclosure: All of the links above are affiliate links. I get a small percentage of each sale they generate. Thank you for your support! Inside the ESP32 chip, we can find the two processing cores, the RAM and ROM memory, the WiFi module, the Bluetooth Module, a hardware acceleration module for cryptographic applications, the RTC module, and a lot of peripherals. Inside the RTC module, we can find a PMU (Phasor measurement unit) a small and very low power 32-bit co-processor, and 8Kbs of RAM memory. This small amount of memory is very useful as you are going to find out in a moment. Also note, even the RTC memory of the ESP32 chip is 4 times larger than the memory of the Arduino Uno. The WiFi modules, the Processing Cores, and the Bluetooth module require a lot of current to operate. So, if we want to conserve power we have to disable them when don’t use them. This is what we are going to do now. We are going to put the ESP32 to Deep – Sleep mode where it disables everything except the RTC module. There is a light sleep mode and the Deep – Sleep mode. In Deep Sleep mode the ESP32 offers the lowest power consumption. It just needs 0.01 mAs of current in Deep Sleep mode and that’s why we are going to try today. -------------------- CODE OF THE PROJECT -------------------- 📥 http://educ8s.tv/esp32-deep-sleep-tutorial -------------------- Fact or Fiction 2018 Quiz Game -------------------- You can download my latest Android Game which is called Fact or Fiction 2018 here: 📥 http://bit.ly/FactOrFiction2018 -------------------- MORE PROJECTS -------------------- Arduino Datalogger: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oei3Y6tOhVI Arduino Weather Station Project: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9jN-3DtS1RI Arduino Nokia 5110 LCD Display: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDwrMeu4k9Y Arduino OLED display tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9EwJ7M7OsI DIY Arduino: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npc3uzEVvc0 -------------------- ABOUT EDUC8S.TV -------------------- Educ8s.tv is a Youtube channel and website which is dedicated in developing high quality videos about DIY hardware and software projects. In this channel we develop projects with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, we build robots and simple electronic circuits. Check out our website as well for more information: http://www.educ8s.tv -------------------- SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE -------------------- Never miss a video: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=educ8s
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Michael Schroeder, Security Analyst, Booz Allen Hamilton
 
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Michael Schroeder, presents analysis that show the vulnerabilities in the cellular interface that would allow access to the vehicle computer system. Cars are made up of electronic control units (ECU) that control your steering wheel to antilock brakes. The number of ECU’s in vehicles are increasing every year. All the units are connected to a network using multi-different platforms. “When I bought my car back in 2010 super Outback, it had 9 ECU’s”, in the 2016 models they could have up to 19 ECU’s. Bio Michael Schroeder is a security analyst with Booz Allen’s Dark Labs that focuses on embedded device security. Mike has over 14 years of experience working with embedded systems that ranges from writing low level software for cryptographic ASICs to reverse engineering and attacking a variety of connected products, including cars. Mike has worked with a variety of clients to both defend and attack embedded systems, including multiple Defense Department programs. He holds a BS in Computer Engineering from the University of Maryland in College Park, an MS in Electrical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University, and is an instructor with Booz Allen’s binary reverse engineering course.
Introduction to Security APIs - Graham Steel
 
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Introduction to Security APIs, by Graham Steel A security API is an Application Program Interface that allows untrusted code to access sensitive resources in a secure way. It is the interface between processes running with different levels of trust. Examples of security APIs include the interface between the tamper-resistant chip on a smartcard (trusted) and the code running on the client application (untrusted), the interface between a cryptographic Hardware Security Module (or HSM, trusted) and the host machine (untrusted), and web service APIs (an interface between a server, trusted by the service provider, and the rest of the Internet). In this lecture, we will introduce security APIs with plenty of examples of attacks from real world applications ranging from authentication tokens to electricity meters to PIN processing in cash machine networks. We will introduce analysis techniques for such APIs that facilitate detection of flaws and ultimately the design of a secure API. Learning Objectives This talk covers + what a security API is and what it's for + real world examples of vulnerabilities + methodologies for secure API design It was delivered by Graham Steel at SecAppDev 2013. Graham Steel holds a masters in mathematics from the University of Cambridge and a PhD in informatics from the University of Edinburgh. He is currently a researcher at INRIA, the French national agency for computer science research, where he is part of the Prosecco project team based in central Paris. Steel's main research interests are in formal analysis of information security and applied cryptography. His current work on cryptographic API verification involves using formal techniques to construct and analyse abstract models of cryptographic device interfaces. In addition to international conference and journal publications, his recent results have featured in Wired magazine and the New York Times. He has taught courses on security APIs at Tsinghua University (Beijing) and the University of Venice (Italy) as well as organising a Dagstuhl seminar on the subject.
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IOTA Tangle Whitepaper Review: Internet of Things (IOT $MIOTA)
 
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https://www.iota.org/ https://docs.iota.org/introduction/tangle/consensus https://docs.iota.org/introduction/iota-token/seeds-private-keys-accounts =========================== I'm not a financial adviser. Do your own research. Full disclosure, I own a lot of coins. My holdings: https://goo.gl/Vjn9iK Do not simply buy what I buy (I've made a lot of bad choices) #sellout Ledger Nano S is the hardware wallet I use and recommend: https://ledgerwallet.com/r/c241 Recommended Exchanges - Coinbase: http://coinbase.com/join/59ebf3c17be1... - Binance: https://www.binance.com/?ref=15811261 Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/HardlyDifficult Twitter: http://twitter.com/HardlyDifficult Tips \o/ BTC: 3FQdCDmZcXXE8psTfazXxHKsdaLsXgxfWs ETH (incl any ERC20): 0x7A23608a8eBe71868013BDA0d900351A83bb4Dc2 LTC: MGF4vG8QT68otdbKT1ZjpqmFmkir67Wnjk NEO (incl any NEP5): AKSB636yR6wi4ivM7kJX3i999u3JGVgp5A DASH: XcCCFMgbNmCHiNEj1EbNGvSQBcRM8VCNNM BAN: ban_1597i1ybctywb37n5oikw79jyrrj7ocndaqad4foay861yeb1afppy3zxebz NANO (0.1 Nano minimum): xrb_1uhsc177pmcnhu41htd1nm8w91gptbkya149ct54qg1rxu7aog6ti1tqcmxe For business inquiries: [email protected]
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Army Careers 15Y - AH-64D Armament/Electrical/Avionic Systems Repairer
 
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Hundreds of Army missions depend on aircraft for transport, patrol and flight training. Instruments, lights, weapons, ignition systems, landing gears and many other aircraft parts are powered by electricity. It's up to the members of the aircraft electrician team to ensure that the electrical systems on helicopters are properly maintained and repaired. The AH-64D Armament/Electrical/Avionic Systems Repairer is primarily responsible for supervising, inspecting and performing maintenance on the armament, electrical and avionic systems of the AH-64D helicopter, a twin-engine attack helicopter. Some of your duties as an AH-64D Armament/Electrical/Avionic Systems Repairer may include: -Diagnose, troubleshoot and repair malfunctions in the AH-64D armament, electrical and avionic systems and components -Perform maintenance, authorize modifications and alignment on weapons components, fire control units, sighting elements, electronic and mechanical devices -Perform operational and preventive checks on aircraft flight controls, stabilization systems, avionics and controlled cryptographic equipment -Troubleshoot equipment wiring harnesses -Test, troubleshoot and repair diagnostic equipment -Maintain records on weapons and subsystems
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an efficient pipellined cryptography architecture in fpga using vhdl.
 
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