Trusted Computing Platforms: Design and Applications by Sean W. Smith
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (December 10, 2004) | ISBN-10: 0387239162 | PDF | 3,8 Mb | 244 pages
How can one trust computation taking place at a remote site, particularly if a party at that site might have motivation to subvert this trust? In recent years, industrial efforts have advanced the notion of a "trusted computing platform" as a building block. Through a conspiracy of hardware and software magic, these platforms attempt to solve this remote trust problem, to preserve various critical properties against various types of adversaries.