The ASSET (Automated Systems SEcuriTy) Research Group at the Singapore University of Technology and Design does focused
research to enhance the safety, security and efficiency of Hardware/Software Systems.
We are always looking for researchers at all levels (Bachelor, Masters, PhD) to enrich the scientific activities in the group. For Post-doc positions, take a look at the individual research projects for opening. If you wish to join our group, contact Sudipta Chattopadhyay email: firstname.lastname@example.org directly with your CV.
The details of the second wave of SweynTooth vulnerabilities (CVE-2020-10061, CVE-2020-10069, CVE-2020-13593, CVE-2020-13594, CVE-2020-13595) diclosed today. Affected vendors include (but not limited to, as we do not track all vendors) Espressif Systems, Texas Instruments, Microchip and Zephyr Project. Have fun.
United States Department of Homeland Security and USA Food and Drug Administration raise SweynTooth alert to make everyone aware of this critical BLE implementation vulnerability. Read the ICS Alert and the FDA Safety Communication. The respective alerts by Cyber Security Agency, Singapore and Health Sciences Authority, Singapore can be found in SingCERT Alert and HSA Safety Communication. It is a wake up call for all BLE SoC vendors and IoT product manufacturers.
SweynTooth and ASSET group featured in WIRED (top technology journal in the world) and 30+ news articles (and also podcasts) in English as well as in Non-English languages all over the world. I am glad to say that the work is almost single handedly pulled off by a first-year PhD student Matheus Eduardo in the ASSET group.
Today we release SweynTooth, a family of 12 new Bluetooth implementation vulnerabilities (more coming) affecting major system-on-chip (SoC) vendors such as NXP, Cypress, Texas Instruments, Dialog, Telink, ST Microelectronics and Microchip (the list is not exhaustive) and potentially affecting more than 480 IoT products already in market (most of them unpatched). SweynTooth reveals the terrible state of Bluetooth certification process. Read the description to know what the vulnerabilities are, how they can be exploited and why we name them SweynTooth. Feel free to reach us at email@example.com for any question and clarification.
12 new CVEs assigned to show how to cause havoc in wireless systems (currently undisclosed for confidentiality). The vulnerabilities affect millions of wireless products being used. If you are in a "smart" nation, then you are almost certainly at risk (we are currently in the 90-day responsible disclosure window). Watch this space on 9th February, 2020 when we disclose the exploits and the details.
Securing systems against side-channel attacks. One post-doc position open in this project starting Oct, 2019.
Validation and Verification of AI/ML-based Systems to make them safe and secure. One post-doc position open in this project starting as soon as possible.
IIoT Wireless Security Testing and Countermeasures. One post-doc position open in this project starting as soon as possible.
Validation, Verification and Optimization of Software and Systems Performance.