Security in Computing (3rd Edition)

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CS 161 Computer Security Fall 2005 Joseph/Tygar/Vazirani/Wagner HW 1 Due Friday, September 23 at 11am Please include the following at the top of the first page of your homework solution: Your full name Your login name The name of the homework assignment (e.g. hw3) Your section number Staple all pages together, and drop them off in drop box #2 (labeled CS161/Fall 2005) in 283 Soda by 11am on the due date. Homework exercises: 1. (1 pts.) Any questions? What’s the one thing you’d most like to see explained better in lecture or discussion sections? A one-line answer would be appreciated. 2. (4 pts.) Getting started (a) Read the course web page. Write on your homework, immediately after your name, the follow- ing sentence: “I understand and will comply with the academic integrity policy.” (b) What is the course policy regarding working on homework in groups? (c) Register with the grading system. These are the instruction for becoming registered for the class: i. Login to your instructional named account (cory account) ii. Set your environment variable $MASTERDIR to /home/ff/cs161 • if your are using tcsh or csh: setenv MASTERDIR /home/ff/cs161 • if you are using bash: export MASTERDIR=/home/ff/cs161 iii. Run register That’s it. If you want to, you can put the environment setting for the MASTERDIR variable in your .cshrc or .bashrc, so you don’t have to set it every time you login.
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  • Fall '05
  • Joseph
  • Computer Security, course web page, Out-of-band, In-band signaling, attack tree

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