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CERIAS Security Seminar Archive

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Results

01/09/2002

Low Threat Security Patches


Sam Wagstaff - CERIAS
01/16/2002

Watermarking with Quadratic Residues


Sam Wagstaff - CERIAS
02/13/2002

Secure Multi-Party Computational Geometry


Mikhail Atallah - CERIAS /Purdue CS Department
03/20/2002

A Review of Forensic Computer Science


David Baker - MITRE
03/27/2002

Keyless Cryptography


Valeri Korjik
04/03/2002

Computer Virus-Antivirus Co-evolution


Carey Nachenberg - Symantec
09/04/2002

A Fast Encryption Algorithm, Tame Transformation Method (TTM), with Signature and Master Key functions


Tzuong-Tsieng Moh - Purdue University Department of Mathematics
09/11/2002

Information Security & Industrial Relations


Carl Botan - Purdue University Dept. of Communication
10/02/2002

Reference Models for Network Origin Concealment and Identification


Tom Daniels - Iowa State University
10/09/2002

Security Seminar


Walid Aref - Purdue University Dept. of Computer Sciences
10/16/2002

Security Seminar



10/23/2002

Lessons From The History of Computer Security


Bob Abbott - Consultant
11/06/2002

Intruder Identification in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks


Bharat Bhargava - CERIAS Security Center and Computer Science Department, Purdue University
11/13/2002

Security Seminar



11/20/2002

Security Seminar



12/04/2002

Security Seminar


Steve Crutchley - 4FrontSecurity Inc.

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