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„De-Anonymization Attacks on Empirical Research Data,“ Masterarbeit, B. Erb (Betreuung), F. Kargl (Prüfer), Inst. of Distr. Sys., Ulm Univ., 2021 – Verfügbar.
Initiatives such as the Open Science Framework promote the publication of raw data sets for empirical research as found in psychology and other related disciplines. Although these data sets are usually pseudonymized or anonymized, there is a risk of de-anonymization due to linkage of data sets and potential external data sources. This work should explore this issue and demonstrate the feasability of such attacks based on synthetic and/or real data sets.
„Konzeption und Entwicklung interaktiver Lerninhalte in der Rechnernetze-Lehre,“ Bachelorarbeit, Masterarbeit, B. Erb (Betreuung), F. Kargl (Prüfer), Inst. of Distr. Sys., Ulm Univ., 2021 – Verfügbar.
Diese Abschlussarbeit richtet sich primäre an Studierende des Lehramts. In dieser Arbeit sollen Lerninhalte konzipiert und umgesetzt werden, die die Lehre im Fach 'Grundlagen der Rechnernetze' ergänzen. Im Rahmen des Blended Learning Konzepts der Lehrveranstaltung geht es insbesondere um interaktive Labs, Visualisierungen und Tools zur Vertiefung der Inhalte, die die Studierenden remote verwenden können.
„Test-based Validation of Network Programming Tasks,“ Projektarbeit, D. Meißner (Betreuung), F. Kargl (Prüfer), Inst. of Distr. Sys., Ulm Univ., 2021 – Verfügbar.
We have a collection of Java programming tasks as part of our introduction to computer networks course. In these programming tasks students are instructed to implement network applications matching a strict set of rules. The goal of this project is to implement a rule-based testing framework to aid the grading of such programming tasks and providing immediate feedback to students whether their implementation is correct or not.
„Efficient Updating of a Network-Protocol-Model with Message-Format Refinements,“ Bachelor's oder Masterarbeit, S. Kleber (Betreuung), F. Kargl (Prüfer), Institut of Distributed Systems, Ulm University, 2019 – Verfügbar.
Security assessments of networked systems require knowledge about the utilized communication protocol. For proprietary protocols without known specification and with only limited access to the end-points, the only source of information is the communication itself. To correctly conclude from the captured byte stream to message-formats, -types, and finally a protocol model, structure, message- and field-boundaries, data-type, and semantics need to be inferred.After an initial inference procedure, it is desirable to refine the existing protocol model. Additional information gained by recorded network traffic needs to be incorporated by recognizing the appropriate parts of the model. The modeled knowledge is to be extended depending on the applicable information inferable from the new trace.
„Test-Case-Generation Strategies for Network-Protocol-Model Refinements,“ Bachelor's oder Masterarbeit, S. Kleber (Betreuung), F. Kargl (Prüfer), Institut of Distributed Systems, Ulm University, 2019 – Verfügbar.
Security assessments of networked systems require knowledge about the utilized communication protocol. For proprietary protocols without known specification and with only limited access to the end-points, the only source of information is the communication itself. To correctly conclude from the captured byte stream to message-formats, -types, and finally a protocol model, structure, message- and field-boundaries, data-type, and semantics need to be inferred.After an initial inference procedure, it is desirable to refine the existing protocol model. Actively probing an entity for the validity of message syntaxes allows to targetedly enhance the knowledge about the protocol. To do this efficiently a smart method of automatically generating test-cases depending on the current protocol model needs to be developed.

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Marion Köhler
Claudia Kastner
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Institut für Verteilte Systeme
Universität Ulm
Albert-Einstein-Allee 11
89081 Ulm

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James-Franck-Ring
Gebäude O27, Raum 349
89081 Ulm

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Bachelor-Arbeiten

„Konzeption und Entwicklung interaktiver Lerninhalte in der Rechnernetze-Lehre,“ Bachelorarbeit, Masterarbeit, B. Erb (Betreuung), F. Kargl (Prüfer), Inst. of Distr. Sys., Ulm Univ., 2021 – Verfügbar.
Diese Abschlussarbeit richtet sich primäre an Studierende des Lehramts. In dieser Arbeit sollen Lerninhalte konzipiert und umgesetzt werden, die die Lehre im Fach 'Grundlagen der Rechnernetze' ergänzen. Im Rahmen des Blended Learning Konzepts der Lehrveranstaltung geht es insbesondere um interaktive Labs, Visualisierungen und Tools zur Vertiefung der Inhalte, die die Studierenden remote verwenden können.
„Test-based Validation of Network Programming Tasks,“ Projektarbeit, D. Meißner (Betreuung), F. Kargl (Prüfer), Inst. of Distr. Sys., Ulm Univ., 2021 – Verfügbar.
We have a collection of Java programming tasks as part of our introduction to computer networks course. In these programming tasks students are instructed to implement network applications matching a strict set of rules. The goal of this project is to implement a rule-based testing framework to aid the grading of such programming tasks and providing immediate feedback to students whether their implementation is correct or not.
„Efficient Updating of a Network-Protocol-Model with Message-Format Refinements,“ Bachelor's oder Masterarbeit, S. Kleber (Betreuung), F. Kargl (Prüfer), Institut of Distributed Systems, Ulm University, 2019 – Verfügbar.
Security assessments of networked systems require knowledge about the utilized communication protocol. For proprietary protocols without known specification and with only limited access to the end-points, the only source of information is the communication itself. To correctly conclude from the captured byte stream to message-formats, -types, and finally a protocol model, structure, message- and field-boundaries, data-type, and semantics need to be inferred.After an initial inference procedure, it is desirable to refine the existing protocol model. Additional information gained by recorded network traffic needs to be incorporated by recognizing the appropriate parts of the model. The modeled knowledge is to be extended depending on the applicable information inferable from the new trace.
„Test-Case-Generation Strategies for Network-Protocol-Model Refinements,“ Bachelor's oder Masterarbeit, S. Kleber (Betreuung), F. Kargl (Prüfer), Institut of Distributed Systems, Ulm University, 2019 – Verfügbar.
Security assessments of networked systems require knowledge about the utilized communication protocol. For proprietary protocols without known specification and with only limited access to the end-points, the only source of information is the communication itself. To correctly conclude from the captured byte stream to message-formats, -types, and finally a protocol model, structure, message- and field-boundaries, data-type, and semantics need to be inferred.After an initial inference procedure, it is desirable to refine the existing protocol model. Actively probing an entity for the validity of message syntaxes allows to targetedly enhance the knowledge about the protocol. To do this efficiently a smart method of automatically generating test-cases depending on the current protocol model needs to be developed.

Master-Arbeiten

„De-Anonymization Attacks on Empirical Research Data,“ Masterarbeit, B. Erb (Betreuung), F. Kargl (Prüfer), Inst. of Distr. Sys., Ulm Univ., 2021 – Verfügbar.
Initiatives such as the Open Science Framework promote the publication of raw data sets for empirical research as found in psychology and other related disciplines. Although these data sets are usually pseudonymized or anonymized, there is a risk of de-anonymization due to linkage of data sets and potential external data sources. This work should explore this issue and demonstrate the feasability of such attacks based on synthetic and/or real data sets.
„Konzeption und Entwicklung interaktiver Lerninhalte in der Rechnernetze-Lehre,“ Bachelorarbeit, Masterarbeit, B. Erb (Betreuung), F. Kargl (Prüfer), Inst. of Distr. Sys., Ulm Univ., 2021 – Verfügbar.
Diese Abschlussarbeit richtet sich primäre an Studierende des Lehramts. In dieser Arbeit sollen Lerninhalte konzipiert und umgesetzt werden, die die Lehre im Fach 'Grundlagen der Rechnernetze' ergänzen. Im Rahmen des Blended Learning Konzepts der Lehrveranstaltung geht es insbesondere um interaktive Labs, Visualisierungen und Tools zur Vertiefung der Inhalte, die die Studierenden remote verwenden können.
„Efficient Updating of a Network-Protocol-Model with Message-Format Refinements,“ Bachelor's oder Masterarbeit, S. Kleber (Betreuung), F. Kargl (Prüfer), Institut of Distributed Systems, Ulm University, 2019 – Verfügbar.
Security assessments of networked systems require knowledge about the utilized communication protocol. For proprietary protocols without known specification and with only limited access to the end-points, the only source of information is the communication itself. To correctly conclude from the captured byte stream to message-formats, -types, and finally a protocol model, structure, message- and field-boundaries, data-type, and semantics need to be inferred.After an initial inference procedure, it is desirable to refine the existing protocol model. Additional information gained by recorded network traffic needs to be incorporated by recognizing the appropriate parts of the model. The modeled knowledge is to be extended depending on the applicable information inferable from the new trace.
„Test-Case-Generation Strategies for Network-Protocol-Model Refinements,“ Bachelor's oder Masterarbeit, S. Kleber (Betreuung), F. Kargl (Prüfer), Institut of Distributed Systems, Ulm University, 2019 – Verfügbar.
Security assessments of networked systems require knowledge about the utilized communication protocol. For proprietary protocols without known specification and with only limited access to the end-points, the only source of information is the communication itself. To correctly conclude from the captured byte stream to message-formats, -types, and finally a protocol model, structure, message- and field-boundaries, data-type, and semantics need to be inferred.After an initial inference procedure, it is desirable to refine the existing protocol model. Actively probing an entity for the validity of message syntaxes allows to targetedly enhance the knowledge about the protocol. To do this efficiently a smart method of automatically generating test-cases depending on the current protocol model needs to be developed.

Themen nach Schwerpunkt

Netzwerke

„Konzeption und Entwicklung interaktiver Lerninhalte in der Rechnernetze-Lehre,“ Bachelorarbeit, Masterarbeit, B. Erb (Betreuung), F. Kargl (Prüfer), Inst. of Distr. Sys., Ulm Univ., 2021 – Verfügbar.
Diese Abschlussarbeit richtet sich primäre an Studierende des Lehramts. In dieser Arbeit sollen Lerninhalte konzipiert und umgesetzt werden, die die Lehre im Fach 'Grundlagen der Rechnernetze' ergänzen. Im Rahmen des Blended Learning Konzepts der Lehrveranstaltung geht es insbesondere um interaktive Labs, Visualisierungen und Tools zur Vertiefung der Inhalte, die die Studierenden remote verwenden können.
„Efficient Updating of a Network-Protocol-Model with Message-Format Refinements,“ Bachelor's oder Masterarbeit, S. Kleber (Betreuung), F. Kargl (Prüfer), Institut of Distributed Systems, Ulm University, 2019 – Verfügbar.
Security assessments of networked systems require knowledge about the utilized communication protocol. For proprietary protocols without known specification and with only limited access to the end-points, the only source of information is the communication itself. To correctly conclude from the captured byte stream to message-formats, -types, and finally a protocol model, structure, message- and field-boundaries, data-type, and semantics need to be inferred.After an initial inference procedure, it is desirable to refine the existing protocol model. Additional information gained by recorded network traffic needs to be incorporated by recognizing the appropriate parts of the model. The modeled knowledge is to be extended depending on the applicable information inferable from the new trace.
„Test-Case-Generation Strategies for Network-Protocol-Model Refinements,“ Bachelor's oder Masterarbeit, S. Kleber (Betreuung), F. Kargl (Prüfer), Institut of Distributed Systems, Ulm University, 2019 – Verfügbar.
Security assessments of networked systems require knowledge about the utilized communication protocol. For proprietary protocols without known specification and with only limited access to the end-points, the only source of information is the communication itself. To correctly conclude from the captured byte stream to message-formats, -types, and finally a protocol model, structure, message- and field-boundaries, data-type, and semantics need to be inferred.After an initial inference procedure, it is desirable to refine the existing protocol model. Actively probing an entity for the validity of message syntaxes allows to targetedly enhance the knowledge about the protocol. To do this efficiently a smart method of automatically generating test-cases depending on the current protocol model needs to be developed.

Mobile Systeme

Distributed Computing

Privacy

„De-Anonymization Attacks on Empirical Research Data,“ Masterarbeit, B. Erb (Betreuung), F. Kargl (Prüfer), Inst. of Distr. Sys., Ulm Univ., 2021 – Verfügbar.
Initiatives such as the Open Science Framework promote the publication of raw data sets for empirical research as found in psychology and other related disciplines. Although these data sets are usually pseudonymized or anonymized, there is a risk of de-anonymization due to linkage of data sets and potential external data sources. This work should explore this issue and demonstrate the feasability of such attacks based on synthetic and/or real data sets.

IT-Sicherheit

Fehlertoleranz

Cloud Computing

Multimediakommunikation

Weitere Themen

„Konzeption und Entwicklung interaktiver Lerninhalte in der Rechnernetze-Lehre,“ Bachelorarbeit, Masterarbeit, B. Erb (Betreuung), F. Kargl (Prüfer), Inst. of Distr. Sys., Ulm Univ., 2021 – Verfügbar.
Diese Abschlussarbeit richtet sich primäre an Studierende des Lehramts. In dieser Arbeit sollen Lerninhalte konzipiert und umgesetzt werden, die die Lehre im Fach 'Grundlagen der Rechnernetze' ergänzen. Im Rahmen des Blended Learning Konzepts der Lehrveranstaltung geht es insbesondere um interaktive Labs, Visualisierungen und Tools zur Vertiefung der Inhalte, die die Studierenden remote verwenden können.
„Test-based Validation of Network Programming Tasks,“ Projektarbeit, D. Meißner (Betreuung), F. Kargl (Prüfer), Inst. of Distr. Sys., Ulm Univ., 2021 – Verfügbar.
We have a collection of Java programming tasks as part of our introduction to computer networks course. In these programming tasks students are instructed to implement network applications matching a strict set of rules. The goal of this project is to implement a rule-based testing framework to aid the grading of such programming tasks and providing immediate feedback to students whether their implementation is correct or not.