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Researchers Have Identified 11 New Vulnerabilities in 5G

Researchers Have Identified 11 New Vulnerabilities in 5G

At the Association for Computing Machinery's Conference on Computer and Communications Security in London, researchers are presenting new findings that the 5G specification still has vulnerabilities. And with 5G increasingly becoming a reality, time is running out to catch these flaws.


Sandia TracerFIRE and Minimega Programs at Purdue Computer Science

Sandia TracerFIRE and Minimega Programs at Purdue Computer Science

As part of the strategic alliance with Purdue University, Sandia National Laboratories sponsored a series of digital forensic incident response workshops on campus in 2019. The Sandia program, called TracerFIRE (Forensic Incident Response Exercise), is designed to educate and train incident responders through a competitive game.


Comer Inducted into the Internet Hall of Fame

Comer Inducted into the Internet Hall of Fame

As one of the earliest TCP/IP and internetworking researchers, Comer wrote the first series of textbooks explaining the scientific principles underlying the design of the Internet and its communications protocols.


2018 - 2019 Annual Report

2018 - 2019 Annual Report

The official annual report publication of the Department of Computer Science, 2018-2019. Includes welcome message from Dongyan Xu, Department Head and Samuel D. Conte Professor of Computer Science.


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