Prof. Xinwen Fu was invited to give a talk, titled "All Mobile Devices are Watching Your Password!" at China Internet Security Conference (ISC) 2014 on Sep. 24, 2014. After the talk, Prof. Fu was interviewed by two channels from China Central Television (CCTV): CCTV-1 (General) and CCTV-10 (Science and Education).
The trip to New York on June 30 was a great experience! We were live on CNN Domestic and International 6 times in July 2014! The only pity is that I forgot to take a photo of ourselves in the CNN building. Anyway, below is a photo of New York Central Park from the CNN building on the left and a photo of the team to CNN in front of the CNN broadcast taken back in school on the right.
Protect yourself now!!! PEK is at Google Play and free. Click here. Why not install one? Just benefit, not hurt, no hassle!
Let the show start in Las Vegas on Aug. 6, 2014! Qingagng will give the talk.
This lab will give a brief introduction of the basic principles and protocols of 802.11 Wifi network as well as three major 802.11 frame types. Based on the usage of tcpdump from previous labs, students will be asked to use tcpdump in monitor mode to capture packets with radiotap header information, analyze signal strength and figure out which wireless frame contains radiotap header and how different distances effect received signal strength. Students are assumed to be comfortable using a command line interface.
This lab provides students an introduction to a powerful network packet TCP/IP sniffer, tcpdump, and its basic usage within a virtualized environment. Students are assumed to be comfortable using a command line interface.
We have a new VM Lab Setup page. The page introduces computer forensics lab setup and network forensics lap setup. Notes are given for students interested in setting up their own lab environment at home.
Project 3 has been posted, please take a look and submit criticisms and commentary (especially any bugs or typos) to
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After going without updates for several years, the CCF website (Previously the CFL: Cyber Forensics Lab) has been upgraded, and has some new content.
Please check out the security projects, even if you don't attend UMass.
Any feedback is welcome at
All old content will be ported over from the previous site to this one as well, but the old site is no longer publicly available because of the risk of running a vulnerable version of PmWiki. Any requests for older content can be directed to the same email as above for the time being.