Daniel Weber is a PhD student researching in the field of microarchitectural attacks, such as side-channel and transient-execution attacks. His work focuses on automating the process of finding such attacks. He is part of the Michael Schwarz' research group at the CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security. Before that, he obtained a Bachelor's degree in Cybersecurity from Saarland University. In his free time, Daniel regularly participates in Capture the Flag competitions as part of the team saarsec.
- 17 Nov
- Reverse Engineering