Philip @ University of Luxembourg

May 12, 2016

Hello, my name is Philip and I'm a bachelor student in Computer Science at the University of Luxembourg.

I want to become a security master. For preparation, I have become familiar with topics related to this field. I want to extend my knowledge with some Sub-1-ghz research. Currently, I'm reading some books which explain RF. Capturing, analyzing and trying to fix security flaws would be a great introduction to radio frequency. Understanding RF crypto and even making some real life examples with self-written code. I would start with my garage door opener trying to figure it out and how I would possibly hack it. Afterwards my car keys and so on.

Philip @ University of Luxembourg






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