The Munich Computer System Research Laboratory, μCSRL for short, is a new research lab at the National Cyber Defense Research Institute CODE at the Universitaet der Bundeswehr, Munich, directed by Stefan Brunthaler. This web page hosts all public artifacts of the research group, including blog posts, essays, source code, and tools.
As of Q2 2022, μCSRL conducts the following research projects.
Bundles our research activities in automated vulnerability identification via fuzzing. Our objective for this project is the investigation of combinatorial optimization of fuzzing on clusters. To support this project, we have a state-of-the-art fuzzing cluster with 1,200+ CPUs.
Bundles our research activities in software diversification. Our recent milestones include:
We examine novel techniques in decompiling programs, i.e., the process of producing source code from programs in binary form.
Bundles our research activities in interpreter optimization. Our present research efforts deal with purely-interpretative optimizations, i.e., trying to avoid dynamic code generation altogether.
The following essays are available: