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The topics have been assigned. You can find the assignment and the schedule at https://cms.cispa.saarland/stims21/. Unfortunately, the constellation of topic choices only allowed for this particular assignment where unfortunately not everyone got their top-1 or... Read more
The topics have been assigned. You can find the assignment and the schedule at https://cms.cispa.saarland/stims21/. Unfortunately, the constellation of topic choices only allowed for this particular assignment where unfortunately not everyone got their top-1 or top-2 choice.
Selected Topics in Mobile Security
(Summer Term 2021)
In this seminar, we will discuss current results and new problems in the mobile security domain based on relevant scientific papers. The focus of the selected papers lies on Android, given its high popularity among researchers. The topics include usability aspects of Android's permission system and security-relevant APIs, security extensions at different levels of Android's software stack, app analysis, and newly identified attack vectors.
|Location||Online via Zoom|
|Time||Monday 14:00 - 16:00|
|Meeting||Seminar (Weekly Meetings starting May 21)|
|No. of Students||max. 10|
|Contact||Sven Bugiel (email)|
|Kickoff||Friday, April 16, 14:00 – 15:00|
Course structure and grading
The course is structured as a standard seminar. Every week (starting May 28), one student will present an assigned topic area, which we will then discuss. Prior to this, all students are expected to read the handed-out papers carefully and prepare a list of discussion questions. Additionally, every student will write a short report on their assigned papers, in which the presentation should be elaborated in more detail and potentially including the results of the discussion. Grading will be based on the presentations (45%), report (45%), and general in-class participation in the discussion (10%).
Registration and pre-requisites
There are no formal pre-requisites beyond a basic knowledge of how computer systems work internally. Having worked with a smartphone as a user or app developer, or participating in the Advanced Lecture Mobile Security is beneficial.
Presentation schedule and topics
|10.05.||Network Security Configuration||Lukas Vermeulen|
|24.05.||NO SEMINAR (Whit Monday / Pfingstmontag)|
|31.05.||Clone detection||David Schäfer|
|07.06.||Permission Evolution||Katharina Basters|
|14.06.||Smart home||Milan Conrad|
|21.06.||App-in-app execution||Matthias Michels|
|28.06.||Third-party libraries||Omar Renawi|
|12.07.||App Links||Philipp Baus|
|19.07.||Application Framework Analysis||Parthipan Ramesh|