A Uniquified Virtualization Approach to Hardware Security

IEEE Embedded Systems Letters, pp. 53-56, 2017.

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Abstract:

Virtualization has well-known security advantages for operating systems and software, but current techniques do not address increasingly important hardware-security concerns. For widely deployed systems (e.g., Internet of Things) and safety-critical systems (e.g., defense and automobiles), protecting against device tampering is critical, ...More

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