The LSE gives EPITA and EPITECH students a series of courses on lab related topics.
K is an introductory course on kernel programming for third-year EPITA students.
This course objective is to develop an x86 toy kernel with capabilities similar to an arcade computer. The kernel is able to perform basic hardware handling (syscalls, timer, keyboard, etc) and to launch games (ELF binaries).
Link to the course website: site
Operating Systems And Computer Architecture
This course is splitted into 2 parts, an introductory course about Operating systems, and an Assembly Language and Computer Architecture course. This is for third-year EPITA students.
Link to the materials: materials
The security workshop is a crash course about basic vulnerabilities and exploitation techniques, with small exercises to practice exploitation on.
The rootme is a security exercise where people are connected on a computer using ssh, and they are presented with classical security holes (buffer overflows, race conditions, broken suid scripts, etc) and must exploit them to get to the next level.
Link to the rootme website: site (Down)
As part of our recruiting process, we give each year an assigment to the third year students interested in joining the laboratory. Their topics are linked to the lab’s problematics and are generally system related.
- LSE 2013 recruitment: Implementation of a debugger my_dbs (french)
- LSE 2014 recruitment: Implementation of a linker my_ld (french)
- LSE 2015 recruitment: Implementation of a MIPS emulator my_mips (english)
- LSE 2016 recruitment: Implementation of a dynamic libraries tracer my_ltrace (french)
- LSE 2017 recruitment: Implementation of a coverage testing tool my_gcov (english)
- LSE 2018 recruitment: Implementation of a memchecker my_mmck (english)
- LSE 2019 recruitment: Implementation of a dynamic linker my_ldso (english)
- LSE 2020 recruitment: Implementation of a debugger my_dbg (english)
KOOC : Kind Of Objective C
This 60h course is teached to third-year students at EPITECH. KOOC is an overlay adding object-oriented constructs to C, making it look a bit like Objective-C. Students have to understand how the object-oriented paradigm works, and then have to implement a KOOC to C compiler using codeworker and the CNORM frontend.