Research Projects

Application Analysis

Web Applications are applications that run off internet resources, where all needed resources are downloaded at start time. With the rise of internet technology integration within business and personal life, these apps have become a prominent factor in everyday life. [Spring 2017] [Fall 2017] [Fitbit]

Bluetooth Tracking Analysis

This project aimed to identify and track discoverable and undiscoverable Bluetooth devices throughout a building using tools such as Ubertooth, BlueHydra, and a Python script.  [PDF]

Bluetooth Vulnerability Assessment

The objective of this project was to evaluated the capabilities and vulnerabilities of the increasingly popular wireless protocol, Bluetooth  [PDF]

Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game Chat Project Report

The goal of this project is to determine what artifacts are left by World of Warcraft, Guild Wars 2, and PlanetSide 2 when using their in-game text chat systems. [PDF].

Malware Analysis Report

Malware is the Swiss Army Knife of cybercrime, with capabilities ranging from compromising privileged information to infecting machines with network-crippling time bombs. This project was initiated to foster a more detailed understanding of how malware operates. [PDF]

VPN/Proxy Chain Investigation

The investigation was center on if creating a fail safe system for internet privacy is possible using a combined VPN and proxy implementation. [PDF]

Intern Projects

Projects design to give exposure to fundamentals of digital forensics, cybercrime and cybersecurity to first year or new students at Champlain College. Interns obtain practical experience working in a real-world, hands-on setting while applying knowledge learned from coursework. Here is a summary of what the interns have accomplished each semester. 

Raspberry Pi Cyber Project

Raspberry Pi Forensics Project

HackRF One Tutorials [Videos] [PowerPoint]

 Tool Evaluation

Network Scanner