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MITM Attack Automation Using Single-Board Solution
Podlesný, Šimon ; Letavay, Viliam (referee) ; Pluskal, Jan (advisor)
Thesis is focused on design of MiTM attack with use of modern approaches in IT infrastructure. Especially it's focused on how to simplify configuration of single-board computer for penetration testing purposes by creating scalable infrastructure for device configuration and control. Proposed solution allows the usage of complicated attacks by trained staff while not limiting users with experience in network security. While today, applications capable of MiTM attacks are monolithic and device-centric, proposed solution considers the device providing MiTM just as one part of the solution and also focuses on other problems like data exfiltration or hash cracking.
Room Presence Detection in the Smart Home
Průdek, David ; Letavay, Viliam (referee) ; Pluskal, Jan (advisor)
The purpose of this thesis is to design and implement presence detection sensor which works with home automation. I focused on sensor implementation which needs for activity only available wearable electronics. Sensor placed in room can detect other devices and based on signal intensity it determines his location. For this case I chose Bletooth LE which is used to be implemented in the most of wearable electronics and recently new utilization of BLE was found for indoor navigation. Using this sensor for automation is ensured by system Home Assistant. Main benefit of this project is simply and cheap extend home automation capabilities for person detection in rooms, not only detection in large areas which offers GPS and Wi-Fi systems.
Productivity Tool for Web Application Testing
Kalous, Filip ; Polčák, Libor (referee) ; Pluskal, Jan (advisor)
The goal of this thesis is to create a tool for testing graphical user interface of web applications. The tool will focus on web applications implemented by open-source framework DotVVM. The main purpose of the tool is to automatically generate program description of a user interface which will then be used as a helper class to implement UI tests and for static type check of those tests at compile-time. The thesis is defining requirements for such a tool and describing its design with implementation in C# language. The created solution provides to its users a tool which will ease their work with tests creation. Also, it will bring detection of failing tests of the user interface at compile-time which will speed up testing and development.
Web Application Penetration Testing Automation
Dušek, Daniel ; Polčák, Libor (referee) ; Pluskal, Jan (advisor)
Tato práce má dva cíle - navrhnout obecně aplikovatelný přístup k penetračnímu testování webových aplikací, který bude využívat pouze nedestruktivních interakcí, a dále pak implementovat nástroj, který se tímto postupem bude řídit. Navrhovaný přístup má tři fáze - v první fázi tester posbírá požadavky pro testovací sezení (včetně požadavků na nedestruktivnost) a připraví si nástroje a postupy, kterých při testování využije, následně začne s průzkumem. V druhé fázi využije dodatečných nástrojů pro zpracování informací z předchozí fáze a pro ověření a odhalení zranitelností. Ve třetí fázi jsou všechny informace překovány ve zprávu o penetračním testování. Implementovaný nástroj je postavený na modulech, které jsou schopny odhalení reflektovaného XSS, serverových miskonfigurací, skrytých adresních parametrů a skrytých zajímavých souborů. V porovnání s komerčním nástrojem Acunetix je implementovaný nástroj srovnatelný v detekci reflektovaného XSS a lepší v detekci skrytých zajímavých souborů. Práce také originálně představuje nástroj pro sledování postranního kanálu s cílem detekce utíkajících informací.
Strategies for Distributed Password Cracking
Večeřa, Vojtěch ; Pluskal, Jan (referee) ; Veselý, Vladimír (advisor)
This thesis introduces viable password recovery tools and their categories as well as the technologies and hardware commonly used in this field of informatics. It follows by an overview of the available benchmarking tools for the given hardware. Thesis later contains a description of the custom benchmarking process targeting the aspects of interest. Later, the thesis moves to a distributed system FITcrack as it proposes and experimentally implements new features. The thesis finishes by comparison of the additions against the original state and highlights the areas of improvement.
User Behavior Anomaly Detection
Petrovič, Lukáš ; Veselý, Vladimír (referee) ; Pluskal, Jan (advisor)
The aim of this work is to create an application that allows modeling of user behavior and subsequent search for anomalies in this behavior. An application entry is a list of actions the user has executed on his workstation. From this information and from information about the events that occurred on this device the behavioral model for a specific time is created. Subsequently, this model is compared to models in different time periods or with other users' models. From this comparison, we can get additional information about user behavior and also detect anomalous behavior. The information about the anomalies is useful to build security software that prevents valuable data from being stolen (from the corporate enviroment).
How to Make the Smart Home Using Open-Source IoT?
Blaha, Radim ; Letavay, Viliam (referee) ; Pluskal, Jan (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is analysis of commercial and open-source home automation market, results of this research were used to create custom solution based on open-source parts and software. The solution includes design of sockets and lights infrastructures and their automation, as well as design of network infrastructure. It also includes design and implementation of three components assembled from subcomponents and their integration into a selected home automation platform. These components are used for window control, garage door control and temperature measurement. Designed solution is further evaluated and compared to commercial solutions.
Software Architecture Comparison
Motyčka, Michal ; Polčák, Libor (referee) ; Pluskal, Jan (advisor)
The goal of this thesis is to compare software architectures to help the reader decide which architecture is the most suitable for their project. The thesis compares the Onion architecture, Anemic domain model architecture and Active record architecture. The architectures are compared based on their readability, extensibility, testability and the amount of knowledge neccesary to implement each architecture. It also offers the description of other well-known software architectures and the concepts which they use.
Technological IT Course for Internal Education
Orlíček, Michal ; Ryšavý, Ondřej (referee) ; Pluskal, Jan (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor's thesis is to create a technological course on C# programming language for internal education. Prior to the creation of the course itself, the research of relevant study materials, presentation technologies, and development environments was done. From that research, it was possible to choose the appropriate length of the course, its language, the structure of suitable materials, and technologies which were used to create these materials. Additional documents, such as the study plan, the timetable, the annotations, the prerequisites, and the list of the acquired knowledge, are created as well. Last but not least, there are course materials themselves, which contains thirteen theoretical presentations suited for lectures and five practical exercises.
Automation and Accounting of Coffee Machine
Víšek, Jakub ; Ryšavý, Ondřej (referee) ; Pluskal, Jan (advisor)
The goal of this thesis is to design and implement an embedded and information system for automatic accounting of coffee dispensed by a vending machine. Features of the created solution include reliability and portability. The system can be easily extended for use in point of sale applications different to coffee machines. The results enable easy deployment of electronic accounting of purchased products and demonstrate integration of a microcontroller which controls a coffee vending machine on the basis of identifying users by their RFID tags.

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