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.

No Frills Photo Sharing and Collecting

Introduction I recently had a larger celebration and liked the idea of distributing disposable cameras on the tables so that everyone can take quick snapshots, which I could later collect and summarize into an album. After a bit of investigation, however, I learned that these cameras are not particularly cheap and even worse, offer horrible image quality, right down to all black photos. Basically… [read more →]

Security Analysis of Automotive Architectures using Probabilistic Model Checking


In this work, we are looking at how to analyze automotive architectures using methods from the domain of probabilistic model-checking. We assess components separately and for their exploitability and patchability and combine these assessments with a given architecture into a continuous-time Markov chain. This Markov chain can be analyzed for properties such as "How long is message m… [read more →]