CPSC 088. Security and Privacy
This course will cover the breadth of security and privacy topics in Computer Systems including software system security, applied cryptography, denial-of-service, and privacy-preserving mechanisms. This course will also include applied aspects of security and privacy including public policy and legal frameworks of censorship and anonymity. Course topics may include: Buffer overflows and defences, cryptography, symmetric encryption, hash functions, web security, certificates, authentication, denial of service attacks, internet crime - ransomware, botnets, and spam, privacy preserving mechanisms, and internet censorship.
Group 2 Course.
Prerequisite: CPSC 031 and CPSC035.
At least one upper-level course is recommended.
Natural Science and Engineering
Laboratory work required.
Spring 2024. Chaganti.
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