We at the Institute of Application Security are interested in the broad spectrum of security and privacy that exist on the application level.
This includes the detection of vulnerabilities in source code or protocols, identification of novel security issues, and the development of procedures and tools to prevent security vulnerabilities.
Our current research focus is on the topics of software security including web application security, honeypots, fuzzing, novel privacy securing measures, the design and evaluation of security relevant protocols.
The first iteration of our Hacklab was a success! Congratulations to all participants who hacked their way through a variety of fields such as web, reverse engineering and vehicle networking!
Marius Musch and Robin Kirchner will present our work on “Server-Side Browsers: Exploring the Web’s Hidden Attack Surface” at this year's Asia CCS conference in May!
We set up a separate e-mail address for the course "Programmieren 1". All questions concerning this course up from WS 21/22 will be answered exclusively via prog1(at)tu-bs.de.
In the upcoming winter term, we will offer a completely new pratical course "Hacklab" (following the success of the Seclab), as well as two seminars, and the mandatory Programmieren 1 lecture.