University of Virginia, Department of Computer Science
CS588: Cryptology - Principles and Applications, Fall 2001

Lectures | Manifests | Problem Sets | Projects | Resources | Syllabus | Challenges | Calendar

Project Reports

Team 1: Timing Attacks on Elliptic Curve Cryptosystems (ECC)
Zhijian Lu, Matthew Mah, Michael Neve, Eric Peeters

Team 2: CipherChess
Adam Glaser, Emilio Lahr-Vivaz, Error McEachron

Team 3 - Security in Sensor Networks
Tracy Barger, David Friedman, and Stavan Parikh

Team 4 - SSH Keystrokes
Mike Hogye, Thad Hughes, Josh Sarfaty, Joe Wolf

Team 5 - Steganography
Jon Erdman, Eric Hutchins, Stephen Liang, Portman Wills

Team 6 - De-Clawing Carnivore
Dante Guanlao, Mike Tashbook, Leonard Woody, Dana Wortman

Team 7 - UVa Healtcare System: Medical Privacy
Keen Browne, Allison Esclapez, Eugene Lebanidze, Haiyong Wang, Jim Zeng

Team 8 - National ID Card
Saud Asad Khan Bangash, Michael Cuvelier, Chris Marinak, Adam Sowers

Team 9 - Security Flaws in ITC's Public Labs [Note: report hidden until ITC has a chance to fix these problems]
John Calandrino, Samir Roy, Brian Walsh

Team 10 - Digital Watermarking for Music
Rob Farraher, Ken Pickering, Lim Vu


CS 655 University of Virginia
Department of Computer Science
CS 588: Cryptology - Principles and Applications
David Evans
evans@cs.virginia.edu