DIMACS Workshop on Network Threats
December 4 - 6, 1996

Wednesday, December 4, 1996

9:00 am     Welcome to DIMACS
	    Fred Roberts, DIMACS Director

9:10        Opening Remarks
	    Rebecca N. Wright, AT&T Labs - Research

9:30 	    Peter G. Neumann, SRI International
            A Global Perspective on Network Risks

10:30       Break

10:40       Catherine Meadows, Naval Research Laboratory
            A Representation of Protocol Attacks for Risk Assessment

11:20       Yvo Desmedt, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
            A Network Security Threat in General 
	    (Even When Cryptography is Used) 

12:00       Lunch

1:40        Sarvar Patel, Bellcore
            Information Leakage in Encrypted Key Exchange 
2:20  	    Adam Shostack, Consultant
	    Apparent Weaknesses in the Security Dynamics 
	    Client/Server Protocol 

3:00        Break

3:20        Robert J. Hall, AT&T Labs - Research
	    Channels: Avoiding unwanted electronic mail 

4:00  	    Alexis Rosen, PANIX Public Access Networks Corporation
            Understanding and Defending Against SYN Attacks

5:00 	    Matt Blaze, AT&T Labs
	    Defending against SYN attacks with Cryptographic Cookies
5:15    Reception

Thursday, December 5, 1996 9:00 am Shiu-Kai Chin, Syracuse University Verifying Privacy Enhanced Mail Functions with Higher Order Logic 9:40 Jean-Jacques Quisquater, Universite de Louvain Overview and security analysis of RSA-type cryptosystems against various attacks 10:20 Break 10:45 Ed Felten, Princeton University Spoofing Attacks on the Web 11:45 Lunch 1:45 Drew Dean, Princeton University Web Security: A High Level View 2:25 Avi Rubin, Bellcore Blocking Java Applets at the Firewall 3:05 Break 3:20 Steven M. Bellovin, AT&T Labs - Research Java -- Threat or Menace 4:00 Discussion: Webware: Can it be secured? Moderator: Peter G. Neumann, SRI International Panelists: Steven M. Bellovin, AT&T Labs - Research Drew Dean, Princeton University Ed Felten, Princeton University Avi Rubin, Bellcore
Friday, December 6, 1996 9:00 am Bill Cheswick, Lucent Technologies, Bell Laboratories Stupid Net Tricks 10:00 Millicent Watts, Security and Network Administration Consultant Network Security: Where does the real threat lie 10:40 Break 10:50 Cynthia Cullen, Bell Communications Research Demonstration of Hacker Techniques 12:50 Workshop adjourns

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