Software Security Study Group
We are launched our new study group dealing with software security and cryptography on Saturday for security enthusiasts. We explore the foundations of software security and modern cryptography, following both courses at the same time.
Course materials are;
The program is designed to challenge security enthusiasts and give them an opportunity to practice security and cryptography problems under the guidance of Halil Samed Çıldır and Umut Barış Öztunç. Umut is the team leader and founder of ‘BreakPoint’ team, one of the leading CTF teams (2015-2018) from Turkey (https://ctftime.org/team/20531).
Participants will get an opportunity to interact with fellow security enthusiasts to improve their knowledge of software security and cryptography.
They will learn about web security, attacks, and exploits, principles of modern cryptography, building secure software, number theory and penetration and fuzz testing subjects.
We will go through programming assignments & quizzes by having discussions with other participants and invited guests.
All participants have to abide by the OUR CODE OF CONDUCT.
Week 2: 07.04.2018 Saturday
Location: inzva - Beykoz Kundura
12.30-13.30 Class discussion(sharp)
14:00-14:30 Lunch Break
14.30-17.00 Programming assignment solving
17:00-18:00 Extra Curriculum activities
Software Security Study Group Timeline
Week 1: March 31, Saturday
Introduction to Classical Cryptography
Week 2: April 7, Saturday
Defending Against Low-level Exploits
Computational Secrecy and Principles of Modern Cryptography
Week 3: April 14, Saturday
Week 4: April 21, Saturday
Secure Software Development
Message Authentication Codes
Week 5: April 28, Saturday
Week 6: May 5, Saturday
Key Exchange and Public-Key Encryption
Week 7: May 12, Saturday
Week 8: May 19, Saturday
- Overview of the course