Welcome to the Homepage for Research in Secure Software Systems
Our group started its activities at UDE from 1st December 2016. We conduct research in the area of system and software security. In particular, we develop new security technologies to mitigate software exploits for different processor architectures. Further research areas of our group are operating system security, trusted computing, mobile security, and hardware-based software security. More information on current research projects can be found on our research page.
Since summer term 2017, our group offers courses in the area of system and software security. More information on lectures as well as open bachelor and master theses can be found on our teaching page.
Why software errors can undermine crypto algorithms? Tutorial at the Real-World Crypto and Privacy Summer School in Sibenik, Croatia.
Michael Rodler presented Sereum, a new method to protect smart contracts, at the NDSS Symposium in San Diego, CA.
The poster about the automated evaluation of fuzzers by Sebastian Surminski, Michael Rodler, and Lucas Davi received the distinguished technical poster award on the NDSS Symposium 2019.
On the NDSS Symposium in February in San Diego, CA, we will present our new framework for automated evaluation of fuzzers.
In February David Paaßen joined the group of Prof. Lucas Davi.
Since smart contracts can autonomously transfer values and rights on a blockchain, they are an attractive target for cyberattacks. Our working group has developed a solution for protecting smart contracts in cooperation with NEC...
The Intel Software Guard Extensions (Intel SGX) are designed to protect sensitive data and program code from misuse. In collaboration with University of Padova, Italy and TU Darmstadt, Germany, we show the danger of zero-day...
For our Collaborative Research Center CROSSING we are hiring reasearch assistants.
The Excellence Commission yesterday approved the Cluster of Excellence "Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries (CASA)". The cluster is located at the Ruhr University Bochum and brings together scientists from...
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter für den Lehrstuhl SYSSEC gesucht .
The DFG (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft) decided on May 17 to fund the second phase of the Collaborative Research Center (CRC) CROSSING which was established in 2014 at the TU Darmstadt. TU Darmstadt collaborates with University...
Im Wintersemester 2018/2019 bieten wir eine Projektgruppe zum Thema Vulnerability Discovery und Fuzzing an. Das Thema wird erstmals am Mittwoch, 16.05.2018, 16.30-18 Uhr (Raum SL 012) kurz vorgestellt. Die ausführliche Vorstellung...
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