CSE 481S: Computer Security Capstone (Fall)


The class mailing list is cse481s_au19@uw.edu. We will use this list to make official class-related announcements.

We will assume that all students in the class will be on this list, and furthermore, we will assume that everybody will be checking their mail regularly (at least once a day, during the week). It is conceivable that we will use the mailing list to announce assignments, or to make changes/fixes to assignments.

Subscribing to the Mailing List: If you're enrolled in CSE 481S, then your @u.washington.edu email address should be automatically subscribed. If you just enrolled, you may have to wait a day before the system is automatically updated. You can verify your enrollment or join the mailing list by going to this page: https://mailman1.u.washington.edu/mailman/listinfo/cse481s_au19.

Mailing List Archives: All email sent to the class list is archived here: https://mailman1.u.washington.edu/mailman/private/cse481s_au19/.

To reach the course staff (Franzi and Jeff), use cse481s-staff@cs.washington.edu

For discussions related to the class, please use our Ed Discussion Board.


The overall grade breakdown is as follows. See the deliverables page for a per-assignment breakdown.


Late Policy: Since the deliverables are interdependent between groups, we will not have a late policy -- i.e., everything should be submitted on time. However, of course we understand that things happen and there may sometimes be extenuating circumstances. If you're unable to submit something on time, please get in touch with the course staff.

Inclusiveness and Respect: You should expect and demand to be treated by your classmates and the course staff with respect. You belong here, and we are here to help you learn and enjoy a challenging course. Likewise, I expect you to follow the UW Student Conduct Code in your interactions with your colleagues and me in this course by respecting the many social and cultural differences among us, which may include, but are not limited to: age, cultural background, disability, ethnicity, family status, gender identity and presentation, citizenship and immigration status, national origin, race, religious and political beliefs, sex, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and veteran status. If any incident occurs that challenges this commitment to a supportive and inclusive environment, please let us know so the issue can be addressed.

Accommodations: Please refer to university policies regarding disability accommodations or religious accommodations.