Lukas Giner

Dipl.-Ing. BSc

Secure Systems, PhD Student

Lukas Giner is a PhD student in the CoreSec group of Daniel Gruss.
His research focuses mainly on microarchitectural security.
He finished his master's degree in 2020 on the topic of cache covert channels, as published in the paper "Hello from the other side".
 
Looking for a bachelor’s thesis, master’s thesis, or projects in microarchitectural attacks and defenses? Let us know, we’re always happy to discuss open topics!
Lukas Giner

Publications

Systematic Analysis of Randomization-based Protected Cache Architectures

Purnal A., Giner L., Gruß D., Verbauwhede I.
42th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, 42th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy

Fallout: Leaking Data on Meltdown-resistant CPUs

Canella C., Genkin D., Giner L., Gruß D., Lipp M., Minkin M., Moghimi D., Piessens F., Schwarz M., Sunar B., Bulck J., Yarom Y.
CCS 2019 - Proceedings of the 2019 ACM SIGSAC Conference on Computer and Communications Security, ACM CCS 2019, 769-784

ScatterCache: Thwarting Cache Attacks via Cache Set Randomization

Werner M., Unterluggauer T., Giner L., Schwarz M., Gruß D., Mangard S.
28th USENIX Security Symposium (USENIX Security 19), 675-692

Store-to-Leak Forwarding: Leaking Data on Meltdown-resistant CPUs

Schwarz M., Canella C., Giner L., Gruß D.
, (arXiv.org e-Print archive

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