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Today’s enterprise security staff cannot keep up with the fast moving DevOps software development model using their old waterfall-like gatekeeping control structures. At work I am heavily involved in that shift-left-of-security-transformation, which lead to this collection of notes.

27 January / / blog / coding / jekyll / ayeksde / cicd

In the last month I implemented CI/CD in multiple projects. Some of them were Javascript applications, others Python Flask REST Backends and Jekyll apps. I also used CI/CD methods to automate the generation of my LaTeX Awesome CV..

25 January / / blog / coding / LaTeX / cicd
15 December / / blog / coding / linux / kernel / intelsgx / research

In my last year at university (2015-2016) I developed a linux kernel module which secures the Linux Crypto API using the Intel Software Guard Extensions. That was not a trivial task because multiple difficulties occured during the design and implementation. In the end the result was pretty solid and I was nominated for the CAST-Förderpreis IT-Sicherheit 2016 in Darmstadt.

05 January / / blog / coding / windows / intelsgx
30 November / / blog / coding / linux / kernel

I wanted to modify the Linux Kernel and execute it in QEMU. After multiple hours of searching the web, reading poor guides, tracking debian package bugs and hacking I finally found a way to do that. In the end it is quite simple…

23 October / / blog / coding / tech / intelsgx / security / research

On September 26th 2013, Intel published the Intel Software Guard Extensions programming reference. They added 19 new instructions which allows the creation and execution of an trusted “enclave” on an untrusted host. Some great benefits are coming with that technology.

19 July / / blog / coding / jekyll

This paper was written as part of the conference seminar ”IT Security” which was organized by the Chair for IT Security Infrastructures (Prof. Dr. F. Freiling) at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg during summer term 2015.

Der Framing Effekt beschreibt die unterschiedliche Auffassung eines Problems bei unterschiedlicher Darstellung. Man kann den Effekt bei Finzanzspekulationen und dem Preisempfinden beobachten. Das Paper wurde für ein Marketing Seminar an der Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg angefertigt.