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Internet Security - Web

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About This Course

Web applications are most likely the most pervasive systems and the one closer to our daily Internet experience. They are also a very likely target for attackers, and a likely entry point to compromise a system or network. In this course you will gain practical experience about web security and you will have the possiblity to try first hand how to gain access to a system.

Requirements

This course is intended for students with a solid understanding of networking who want to learn about web security. It was designed for students following a M.Sc. program in the area of Computer Science, but can also be followed by students at the end of their B.Sc. or start of their Ph.D. program.

Course Staff

Image Aiko Pras

Aiko Pras

Aiko Pras is Professor in the area of Network Operations and Management at the University of Twente (UT), the Netherlands. He gives many courses in Networking, including Network Security (NS) and Internet Management and Measurements (IMM). He chairs the IFIP Technical Committee 6 on Communications Systems and the EU-FP7 Flamingo Network of Excellence on management of the Future Internet.

Image Anna Sperotto

Anna Sperotto

Anna Sperotto is Assistant Professor at the Design and Analysis of Communication Systems (DACS) group at the University of Twente. Her research interests are network monitoring and modeling, intrusion detection, network security, and network management.

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  1. Course Number

    201700074C
  2. Classes Start

    Sep 13, 2017
  3. Classes End

    Oct 31, 2017
  4. Estimated Effort

    3:30