As part of my recent move to Inria in Rennes (Bretagne, France), a few new positions for research and development around GNUnet are now opening up. The positions are open for PhD students (Master's required) and Post-Docs (PhD required).
The "We Fix the Net" assembly" is to be the perfect place at 31c3 for all hackers to do something about replacing today's broken Internet with secure alternatives. We hope to have some talks and panels like last year. Details will be posted here closer to the congress, for now, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested to present your work or organize something practical. Topics include:
After spending five great years at TU Munich supported by a generous five year grant from the DFG, I will be moving to a new position at Inria in Rennes where my research and development on secure, decentralised network protocols will continue.
On August 15rd 2014, our student Nicolas Benes gave a talk on "panicd: An approach for home routers to securely erase sensitive data" defending his almost finished Bachelor's Thesis at GHM 2014 hosted at TUM. The goal of his work is to ensure that secrets (especially key material) stored on your hardware (especially in memory) remain secret even if an adversary attempts to take physical control over the device. You can now find the video below.