|Courses and Seminars|
A secondary focus is the sampling of the various delectable junk-food goodies indigenous to supermarkets everywhere.
09/24/2002 at 4:30pm Cynthia Dwork of Microsoft Research, Silicon Valley Campus on Fighting Spam May Be Easier Than You Think
10/08/2002 at 4:30pm Mike Burrows of Microsoft on Fighting spam: Moderately hard memory-bound computations (joint work with Martin Abadi, Mark Manasse, and Ted Wobber)
10/17/2002 (THURSDAY) at 4:30pm Claude Crepeau, McGill University, School of Computer Science on Cryptography on a quantum computer
10/22/2002 at 4:30pm Poorvi Vora of Hewlett-Packard on The channel coding theorem and the security of binary randomization
01/21/2003 at 4:30pm Eric Rescorla on Security holes... Who cares?
02/11/2003 at 4:30pm Dan Bernstein on The DNS security mess
02/14/2003 (FRIDAY!) at 4pm Matt Blaze of AT&T Labs-Research on Cryptology and Physical Security: Rights Amplification in Locks
02/25/2003 at 4:30pm Glen Nuckolls on Multi-source Data Certification
03/12/2003 (WEDNESDAY!) at 4:30pm Dan Simon on Secure Traceroute to Detect Faulty or Malicious Routing
04/10/2003 (Thursday!) at 4:30pm Steven Galbraith on Tate Modern
05/15/2003 at 4:30pm Dan Wallach on A Survey of Peer-to-Peer Security Issues
05/28/2003 at 4:30pm Burt Kaliski of RSA Laboratories on A New Two-Server Approach for Authentication with Short Secrets
07/25/2003 at 4:00pm Eric Rescorla on The Internet is Too Secure Already