OpenDTeX - Secure Boot
|Description||This research project aims at providing an open source Secure Boot implementation for Linux with the primary objective to ensure user trust against his own computer (i.e. protection against the Evil Maid attack).|
|Tags||secureboot, drtm, txt, x86|
|Language|| en - English |
en - English
|Desired session||Day 3|
This research project aims at providing trusted building blocks to ensure strong security properties during the boot chain and to allow secure execution of isolated enclaves on x86 architectures.
This project leverages technologies such as TPM and DRTM, to provide trusted execution of a minimal TCB (Trusted Computing Base). The primary objective is to ensure user trust against his own computer, by especially considering the mobility attack vectors (i.e. see the Evil Maid attack).
The results of this project have notably been integrated in a Linux-based prototype, that is going to be made available on Github: https://github.com/Amossys