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The TLS encryption protocol is normally considered to be very safe - but a team of researchers at HGI has now discovered a vulnerability.
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Christof Beierle, Prof. Gregor Leander, and HGI guest scientist Yosuke Todo receive an award for their paper "Improved Differential-Linear Attacks with Applications to ARX Ciphers."
For six years now, countless calls have been handled via the Voice over LTE telephone standard. The calls were not tap-proof.
With their proposals the scientists contribute to a secure future of cryptography.
In 2019, researchers from Bochum identified vulnerabilities in PDF signature that enabled them to manipulate the content of documents unnoticed.
This method exposes fake images created by computer algorithms rather than by humans.
Numerous scientists present their work at the conferences.
“Alexa,” “Hey Siri,” “OK Google” – voice assistants are supposed to react to these triggers. But other words activate them, too.
If a person was affected by Covid-19 or not influences the attitude towards the Corona Warning App.
The contact tracing application of the German government had caused controversy earlier on.
Researchers from Bochum and Karlsruhe analyse how faked phishing mails can raise awareness among employees...