IN 2194 Peer-to-Peer Systems and Security, Summer 2012
General information about the course can be found at the
website of the chair.
- Christian Grothoff - Boltzmannstr. 3, Room 03.05.040
- Drop in or by appointment.
The different kinds of assignments are weighted as follows:
|Oral Exam||50 Pts
|Exercises||0,3 grade bonus
I recommend that you use a Debian GNU/Linux
system for this class.
Submission of Assignments
Each team will get access to a subversion
repository. Assignments must be committed to that repository by the respective
deadline. Students are encouraged to use the repository for version control while
still working on the assignment. Only the last version commited before the deadline will
be used for grading.
For group projects, you should e-mail the logins of the group members and a project
name to our system administrator. You will then be given the name of a directory to which
all group members have access.
16.04.2012: Introduction to the Projects
- Twitter Project Description,
Jugendschutz Project Description,
Search Project Description
19.04.2012: Introduction to GNUnet
23.04.2012: GNUnet Tutorial (exercise)
- GNUnet C tutorial,
GNUnet Java tutorial
24.05.2012: The GNUnet DHT
11.06.2012: Network Size Estimation
14.06.2012: Project Discussion and Status Report
02.07.2012: Anonymity and Mixes
12.07.2012: Anonymizing P2P Networks
- slides, I2P slides, I2P paper, SWIRL
23.07.2012: Project Presentations