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Computer Security (LV 142 A)

(Courtesy of Mark Burgess)

This course is an advanced undergraduate or masters level course and carries 4 credits. It presumes a knowledge of Operating systems and System Administration. (Course books and aims)

Nor = Norwegian; Eng = English

Weekly lecture summary
Lecture 1 Nor Eng What is security? Oppgaver Problems Hints
Lecture 2 Nor Eng Trust and Risk Analysis Oppgaver Problems Hints
Lecture 3 Nor Eng Basic Information Security Oppgaver Problems Hints
Lecture 4 Nor Eng Identity & Authentication Oppgaver Problems Hints
Lecture 5 Nor Eng Protocols & Data Integrity Oppgaver Problems Hints
Lecture 6 Nor Eng Access control Oppgaver Problems Hints
Lecture 7 Nor Eng Security models Oppgaver Problems Hints
Lecture 8 Nor Eng Object orientation Oppgaver Problems Hints
Lecture 9 Nor Eng Software security I Oppgaver Problems Hints
Lecture 10 Nor Eng Software security II Oppgaver Problems Hints
Lecture 11 Nor Eng Internet security Oppgaver Problems Hints
Lecture 12 Nor Eng Encryption Oppgaver Problems Hints
Lecture 13 Nor Eng Intrusion detection Oppgaver Problems Hints
Lecture 14 Nor Eng Site security summary Oppgaver Problems Hints

Links to Background
USENIX/SAGE association Legality of encryption Unix Net Sec. Arch.
Secure Unix Programming Computer virus myths Electronic privacy info center
Norwegian policy on hacking Ken Thompson on trust ssh's cryptography info
ssh proxy Data encryption page Open SSL
Security in open systems Security for Windows Security portal
Trusted/Secure Linux TIS Firewall Tookit Internett sikkerhet foredrag
Echelon rumours Root Shell SANS digest
Security Enhanced Linux Whitehat security info Information Warfare
     


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Last modified: Tue Jul 17 16:01:25 MET DST 2001