January 22, 2020:
Published my first
which is based on
the SEED labs and my book.
June 6, 2019:
We have successfully conducted two SEED workshops, attended by 90 participants. The followings
are the news coverage of the workshop:
May 8, 2018:
We have officially released the Ubuntu16.04 VM.
All SEED labs have been ported to this new VM.
May 1, 2018:
We have published several new labs:
October 21, 2017:
The Dirty COW attack lab
is now available.
October 12, 2017:
My book based on the SEED labs
are now published via CreateSpace (self-publishing).
It can be ordered from Amazon.
Details of this book can be found here.
June 13, 2017:
Due to the SEED project,
Kevin Du was awarded the "2017 Academic Leadership" award
from The 21st Colloquium for Information System Security Education.
June 1-3, 8-10, 2015:
We held two 3-day training workshops at
Mar 4, 2015:
We held a 3-hour training workshop at
October 30, 2014:
We have developed a
new lab to give students a first-hand experience on
the recently discovered Shellshock vulnerability.
January 15, 2014:
After 6 months of testing, we now officially release a new VM image (SEEDUbuntu12.04)
for SEED labs. This image replaces the previous SEEDUbuntu11.04 image.
You can get the new VM from the
Lab Setup page.
January 2, 2014:
The SEED Labs are being adopted by many schools worldwode.
See this map for details.
- April 12, 2011:
Several SEED labs are linked to the web site of the textbook,
Introduction to Computer Security
by Michael T. Goodrich and Roberto Tamassia (follow the "Projects" link).
- September 21, 2010:
The SEED project is in a
published by the American Association for the
Advancement of Science (AAAS).
- September 2010:
The SEED project is highlighted by TUES/CCLI in a report
New Challenges, New Strategies: Building Excellence in Undergraduate
STEM Education (Page 16). The report, sent to Congress recently,
"highlights 17 projects that represent
cutting-edge creativity in undergraduate STEM classes nationwide".