Below you can find a collection of press articles that featured me or my research:

Forskere vil sænke internettets digitale spøgelsesskibe

January 2023

article (in Danish) by the news agency ritzau about my new DFF project on digital ghost ships and IoT security.

Via dine internetforbundne enheder kan kriminelle fra hele verden let sikre sig adgang til dem og bruge dem både mod dig selv eller til store samlede angreb mod banker, virksomheder og organisationer. (Modelfoto). Foto: Erwin Wodicka/Free

Vores hjem skal  sikres mod hackere

December 2022

article (in Danish) by Miriam Meister for the Dynamo magazine (nr. 71) emphasizing on smart home devices and my new DFF project on the identification of digital ghost ships.


COVID-19 certificates on the dark web

November 2021


Protecting the Danish society

Date: 08.04.2021

Article (in Danish) in the website of the Electronic Systems department of Aalborg University. We are building a system that monitors the Danish IP space for signs of vulnerable IoT devices and attempt to notify the users.

Honeypot & Cyber-security (Short Movie)

Date: 06.12.2017

A short movie about honeypots, featuring me as well as our cyber-incident monitor project TraCINg. The movie was funded by the Hessian Ministry of Science and Art and was featured in the majority of the cinemas of the state of Hessen.

Website of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research of Germany

Date: 14.08.2017

Profile Area CYSEC - Field Telecooperation / Computer Science / Prof. Mühlhäuser

Online article focusing on my work in cyber-incident monitors.

RTL Hessen (TV station)

Date: 02.08.2017

Television productions discussing honeypots and cyber-security as well as demonstrating our cyber-incident monitor project TraCINg.

ARD & Hessenschau (TV station)

Date: 21.07.2017

Television productions discussing honeypots and cyber-security.

Frankfurter Allgemeine (newspaper)

Date: 18.07.2017

A newspaper article focusing, among others, on my work on honeypots:

Achtung, Angriff: Carlos Garcia Cordero, Emmanouil Vasilomanolatis, Florian Volk und Prof. Max Mühlhäuser (von links) erforschen Strategien gegen Cyberkriminalität.

Mit Honigtöpfen gegen Cyber-Attacken