The Zurich Trusted Information Channel - An Efficient Defence Against Man-in-the-Middle and Malicious Software Attacks

@inproceedings{Weigold2008TheZT,
  title={The Zurich Trusted Information Channel - An Efficient Defence Against Man-in-the-Middle and Malicious Software Attacks},
  author={Thomas Weigold and Thorsten Kramp and Reto Hermann and Frank H{\"o}ring and Peter Buhler and Michael Baentsch},
  booktitle={TRUST},
  year={2008}
}
This paper introduces the Zurich Trusted Information Channel (ZTIC, for short), a cost-efficient and easy-to-use approach to defend online services from man-in-themiddle and malicious software attacks. A small, cheap to manufacture and zero-installation USB device with a display runs a highly efficient security software stack providing the communications endpoint between server and customer. The insecure user PC is used solely to relay IP packets and display non-critical transaction information… CONTINUE READING
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