This is the blog of Philipp Mundhenk. I publish articles about my work and private projects, usually in the area of (embedded) network and software engineering, with a focus on security.
Introduction After many years of using small, cramped corners to set up my computer equipment, I used the chance of a new spacious flat to also build a nice, big desk. I feel there are few things more luxurious to have than space, especially, when not needed. That's the main philosophy for this new setup. Additionally, a sleek, minimalist design was required, while at the same time offering… [read more →]
Introduction I used to be good at sorting paper documents when I was younger. With the amount of letters (mostly bills) getting more and more in life, I gave up on sorting paper. I have yet to find an organizational scheme that easily allows me to store and retrieve a large number of documents within a short amount of time. Instead, I decided to do what I do best and use technology to help me.… [read more →]
I am very happy to announce that an essential part of my PhD thesis, our (with Andrew Paverd, Artur Mrowca, Sebastian Steinhorst, Martin Lukasiewycz, Suhaib Fahmy, Samarjit Chakraborty) paper entitled "Security in Automotive Networks: Lightweight Authentication and Authorization" has received the ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems (TODAES) Best Paper Award 2019… [read more →]