Innovative Technology for CPU Based Attestation and Sealing Ittai

  title={Innovative Technology for CPU Based Attestation and Sealing Ittai},
  author={Anati and Shay Gueron and S. P. Johnson and Vincent Scarlata},
Intel is developing the Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) technology, an extension to Intel® Architecture for generating protected software containers. The container is referred to as an enclave. Inside the enclave, software’s code, data, and stack are protected by hardware enforced access control policies that prevent attacks against the enclave’s content. In an era where software and services are deployed over the Internet, it is critical to be able to securely provision enclaves… CONTINUE READING
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