Exploring Trusted Platform Module Capabilities : a Theoretical and Experimental Study

@inproceedings{Gunupudi2008ExploringTP,
  title={Exploring Trusted Platform Module Capabilities : a Theoretical and Experimental Study},
  author={Vandana Gunupudi and Sandra L. Terrell},
  year={2008}
}
Trusted platform modules (TPMs) are hardware modules that are bound to a computer's motherboard, that are being included in many desktops and laptops. Augmenting computers with these hardware modules adds powerful functionality in distributed settings, allowing us to reason about the security of these systems in new ways. In this dissertation, I study the functionality of TPMs from a theoretical as well as an experimental perspective. On the theoretical front, I leverage various features of… CONTINUE READING
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