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1.1. course introduction

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1.1. course introduction

  1. 1. IntroductionJustin CapposDan GuidoCS9163: Application Security
  2. 2. About usProf. Justin Cappos● 2008 PhD University of Arizona● I build deployed secure systems○ Stork, Seattle, TUF, upPIR, etc.○ open source / participation■ Seattle has patches from ~100 devels!Prof. Dan Guido● Co-Founder & CEO, Trail of Bits○ Helps companies develop effective security strategies● Hacker-in-Residence, NYU Poly○ Helps maintain and grow security program at Poly
  3. 3. About this class● Philosophy: learn by doing○ hands-on (practical exercises)■ You will build applications■ You will find bugs in applications■ You will fix bugs in applications● Online / in-class interaction○ Content is identical for on-line and in-class version■ Videotaped lectures will be available online○ You may have project partners in other classes■ This mimics real world projects○ This class will heavily use the forum on Blackboard
  4. 4. About this class (cont.)● Lecture-inversion○ There will be videos to watch before most classes○ In class time (normally) used for projects■ Remote students can join in project classes■ Google+ hangout or Skype session (details tocome)○ Attendance is strongly recommended (but not required)■ I will treat you like an adult● Course textbook○ The Art of Software Security Assessment■ We will heavily use this book○ Outside materials○ Finish reading assignment before class
  5. 5. Academic Integrity● Tests, etc.○ Read the university guidelines● Assignments○ Collaboration is encouraged○ Specific policy in assignment■ Intro Project: on your own■ Main Project: very collaborative● Strongly dislike cheaters!○ I caught 6 last year.
  6. 6. Important Resources● Course Web Page on Blackboard○ Discussion forum○ Assignment information○ Reading schedule / materials● Instructor: Justin Cappos○ Office hours: 2 MetroTech 10.026, TBD○ Email: jcappos@poly.edu, Google / Skype: justincappos● Instructor: Dan Guido○ Office hours: ???○ Email: ???● TA: Ojas Gosar○ Office hours: RH 219, M 4-5, Th, 3-4○ Email:ogosar01@students.poly.edu,Google / Skype: ojas.gosar● TA: Jeffrey Dileo○ Office hours: RH 219, TBD○ Email:jtd@isis.poly.edu, Google / Skype: jtdileo
  7. 7. What will I learn?●How to build secure applications●Windows exploits, secure code lifecycle,mobile app hacking, memory corruption,sandboxing, SQL injection attacks, codeauditing, security for enterprises, securityfor startups, application use of crypto, webapp security: XSS, XREF, etc., bugbounties, ...
  8. 8. Other Security Classes● Intro / Overlapping○ CS 392 / 6813: Intro security■ background○ CS 6823: Network security○ CS 6903: Modern Cryptography○ CS 9163: Application security■ Building secure applications (always with source)○ CS 6573: Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Analysis■ Exploiting flaws in applications (usually binaries)● Advanced Security seminars○ EL 9423: Special Topics in Computer Engineering: Introductionto Secure and Trusted Hardware (Spring 2010)○ CS 9413: Readings in Comp Sci: Secure Systems○ ...
  9. 9. Expectations● About your background○ Strong programming skills (C, Ruby, Python, Java)Youll need basic competency for the class to make sense!● Consistent workload○ Practical / exploration focused○ Background reading (see webpage)Be sure to keep up!
  10. 10. Grading● Midterm: 15%● Final: 25%● Projects: 50%○ Projects are very, very important!● In-Class Labs: 10%
  11. 11. Course OutlineSept 4 Intro / Development Practices (*) A1.1 asgnSept 11 Windows Internals (*)Sept 18 Memory Corruption A1.1 dueSept 25 Sandboxing A1.2 dueOct 2 Mobile App Sec A1.3 dueOct 9 Midterm Review A2.1 asgnOct 23 MidtermOct 30 Security for enterprise / startup (*) A2.X dueNov 6 Code Auditing 1 A2.X dueNov 13 Code Auditing 2 A2.X dueNov 20 Web appsNov 27 Practical cryptoDec 4 Project presentations A2.X dueDec 11 Final
  12. 12. Assignment outlineAssignment 1 (Intro): Build a simple application (a Turing-complete sandbox)● Look for flaws in other sandboxes● Fix minor code issues● Re-architect code● IndividualAssignment 2 (Main): Build a secure application● Substantial application (>1 thousand LOC)● Must have different trust domains● Mix of code types: SQL or Android or JavaScript...○ (More to come)● Group project with a changing group○ accept outside patches, bug reports, etc.
  13. 13. Assignment 1, part 1See blackboardDiscuss general questions on the forums
  14. 14. Reading Next WeekSee blackboard

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