CS 513: System Security
Fall 2006

Computer Science Department
Cornell University

This course discusses security for computers, communications networks, and distributed systems. We cover applications of cryptography as well as abstractions, principles, structuring constructs, and methods for implementing commercial and military-grade secure systems.


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All homeworks and project have been graded. Final grades will be available on CMS soon.

We will meet groups in Upson 361 (CSUGLAB). Presentations/demos may be held in the MEng lab if you prefer.

Source code may be submitted to CMS rather than creating a CD. However, there is a max size of 5MB for the zip file. If space is an issue, don't give us compiled .class files or other derived files that we can build for ourselves. Include a clear README file explaining how to build your code in any case.