Jun 2, 2021
The project goal is the development of a generic honeypot framework that automatically generates tailored honeypots for the (Industrial) Internet of Things. Combining real world device information with virtualization technology, the honeypots are attracting attacks for a wide variety of hardware and software architectures and beyond convince an adversary that she actually breached a real device instead of decoy.
My research interests include Internet of Things security, embedded systems security, embedded systems virtualization, honeypots and cyber threat intelligence.
My research interests include IoT/Systems Security & Privacy.
Automatic Creation of Low-Interaction Honeypots forStateless Network Protocols. Felix Kehrer (2022). Bachelor Thesis.
Firmware Re-Hosting: An Evaluation and Verification of FirmAE. Sebastian Dietz (2022). Bachelor Thesis.
Large-Scale Fuzzing of Embedded Web Interfaces. Marc Sarri (2021). Bachelor Thesis.
Smart Home Privacy Leaks. Simon Treiber (2021). TU Wien. Master Thesis.
Firmware Sample Analysis - Distinguish between Compressed Encrypted and Plain Binary Files. Kevin Gufler (2020). Bachelor Thesis.
Contactless Side Channel Based Disassembly - A Time Shift Resilient Machine Learning Approach. Tobias Kovats (2020). Bachelor Thesis.
AVRS: Emulating AVR Microcontrollers for Reverse Engineering and Security Testing. Michael Pucher, Christian Kudera, Georg Merzdovnik (2020). Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security.
AVR Reverse Engineering - Emulation und dynamische Analyse. Michael Pucher (2020). Bachelor Thesis.
Automatic Identification of Cross-Container Side-Channels. Jakob Baumgartner (2019). Master Thesis.
Embedded Automated Exploit Generation. Ian Ederer (2019). Bachelor Thesis.
Security concepts in IoT operating systems. Daniel Fangl (2019). Bachelor Thesis.
Human-assisted information extraction through Bluetooth Low Energy on Android. Gabor Szivos (2019). Master Thesis.
Internet of Things Botnet Landscape. Martin Ledl (2019). Bachelor Thesis.
From Hack to Elaborate Technique—A Survey on Binary Rewriting. Matthias Wenzl, Georg Merzdovnik, Johanna Ullrich, Edgar Weippl (2019). ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR).