Objective: The objective of the SEED workshops is to provide training to the instructors who are interested in using SEED labs in their courses. During the workshops, instructors will work on the SEED labs that they are interested in, with the help from us. We will also share with the instructors our experience in using these SEED labs.
When: We will spread the workshop across two months, holding one session each week. Each session lasts 3 hours, and typically cover two SEED labs. Participants can freely pick which sessions to attend based on their interests.
How to participate: This workshop will be held online, using Zoom. The workshop will not be recorded. Application is required, but the workshop is free. Please use this form to apply. Although the workshop has already started, we will continue taking new applications.
Eligibility: Because we will give out the answers to the SEED labs, this workshop is only for professors. Professors who want to bring TAs or RAs to the workshop can include their names in the application.
Install the SEED VM: Please make sure you install the SEEDUbuntu 16.04 VM before the workshop starts. Get the VM from this link, which also contains the user manual.
|Session 1. SEED Introduction and Buffer-Overflow Attacks||June 25||4, 5|
|Session 2. Web Security||July 2||10, 11|
|Session 3. Meltdown & Specture Attacks||July 9||13, 14|
|Session 4. Packet Sniffing and Spoofing||July 16||12|
|Session 5. TCP Attacks||July 23||16|
|Session 6. DNS Attacks||July 30||18|
Session 7. Public-Key Cryptography
||August 6||24, 25|
|Session 8. One-Way Hash Function||August 13||22|
|Session 9. Virtual Private Network (VPN)||August 20||19|