Odegaard Undergraduate Library (OUG) 141, Tuesdays 1:00–3:20 p.m.
Odegaard still requires a Husky Card for entry this quarter. Be sure to bring your card!
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Office hours are by appointment.
Please contact us with your availability (and your groupmates', if applicable).
In this capstone, you will develop a product related to computer security. The development process involves coming up with an idea, establishing requirements, designing the product, implementing it, and evaluating it. Along the way, you will use important computer security tools and practices, including threat modeling, penetration testing, and bug fixing.
Possible products could include password managers (for either a browser or the command line), censorship resistance systems, and mobile payment systems.
For more details, see the course schedule.
CSE 484 (Undergraduate Computer Security) is a prerequisite for this capstone. We will assume that you have basic computer security knowledge across various areas covered in CSE 484 (e.g., threat modeling, software security, web security, mobile security, buffer overflows, and cryptography).