# Non-members in Google code may check out a read-only working copy anonymously over HTTP.
svn checkout http://octane-open-car-testbed.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ octane-open-car-testbed-read-only


Basic OCTANE Tutorial

Here is a tutorial of different features of OCTANE

Fast Hack Using OCTANE

OCTANE provide the means to test different messages on the car and check their result.

Meet the team

Damon McCoy


Parnian Najafi Borazjani

Software Developer-hacker

Christopher E. Everett

Software Developer-hacker

Want to know more? | a little about us

Damon McCoy is an Assistant Professor in the CS department at George Mason University. Previously he was a Computer Innovation Fellow at the University of California, San Diego. He obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Colorado, Boulder. His research includes work on wireless privacy, anonymous communication systems, cyber-physical security, and economics of e-crime. More generally, he is interested in exploring and improving the security and privacy of large-scale systems.

Parnian Najafi Borazjani is a third year PhD student in Information Technology at George Mason university. Her broad research interests includes penetration testing, intrusion detection, and implementing security strategies in cars, mobile systems. More recently, she has been working on studying and measuring security problems in automotive systems.She has a Masters in Information Security and a BS in Software Engineering.

Chris Everett is a patent attorney and has experience in the area of patent prosecution including basic prosecution issues as well as patent infringement and validity issues. His professional background includes computer and network consulting, management of software companies, and university-affiliated intellectual property protection. Prior to the patent field, Chris administered the computer and network systems at small and mid-sized companies in the Golden Triangle Region of North Mississippi.

Contact us now!

Damon McCoy : McCoy(at)gmu(dot)edu

Chris Everett:ceveret3(at)gmu(dot)edu

Parnian Najafi Borazjani:pnajafib(at)gmu(dot)edu