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Armored Vault

Please note that our 4758 work does not use the CCA application which Mike Bond et al at Cambridge found holes in. See this page for more info.

A. Iliev, S.W. Smith.
Prototyping an Armored Data Vault: Rights Management on Big Brother's Computer.
Proceedings of PET2002, Springer-Verlag (to appear). draft

A. Iliev.
An Armored Data Vault.
Senior Honors Thesis, Department of Computer Science, Dartmouth College, June 1, 2001.
Dartmouth CS Technical Report TR2001-400. postscript

WebALPS

S. Jiang, S.W. Smith, K. Minami.
Securing Web Servers against Insider Attack.
ACSA/ACM Annual Computer Security Applications Conference. 2001.
pdf.)

S.W. Smith.
WebALPS: A Survey of E-Commerce Privacy and Security Applications.
ACM SIGecom Exchanges.
Volume 2.3, September 2001. PDF.

S. Jiang.
WebALPS Implementation and Performance Study.
Master's Thesis, Department of Computer Science, Dartmouth College, June 2001.
Dartmouth CS Technical Report TR2001-399. Postscript.

Web Spoofing

E. Ye, S.W. Smith.
Trusted Paths for Browsers: An Open-Source Solution to Web Spoofing. Technical Report TR2002-418. Department of Computer Science, Dartmouth College. PDF

E. Ye, Y. Yuan, S.W. Smith.
Web Spoofing Revisited: SSL and Beyond.
Technical Report TR2002-417. Department of Computer Science, Dartmouth College. PDF

PKI

J. Marchesini, S.W. Smith. Virtual Hierarchies: An Architecture for Building and Maintaining Efficient and Resilient Trust Chains.
Technical Report TR2002-416. Department of Computer Science, Dartmouth College. PDF of latest revision

E. Knop.
Secure Public-Key Services for Web-Based Mail.
Senior Honors Thesis, Department of Computer Science, Dartmouth College, August 2001
Postscript

E. Etu and J. McIsaac.
Bringing PKI to Dartmouth.
Class Project, CS88, Dartmouth College. June 2001.
(In preparation for submission.)

S. Richardson.
Whom can you trust? Designing a System to Evaluate and Represent the Security State of Machines using PKI.
Senior Honors Thesis, Department of Computer Science, Dartmouth College, June 2001.

Hardened Services

D.M. Nicol, S.W. Smith. C. Hawblitzel, E. Feustel, J. Marchesini, B.S. Yee.
Survivable Trust for Critical Infrastructure.
Internet2 Collaborative Computing in Higher Education: Peer-to-Peer and Beyond. 2001. (To appear.)

S.W. Smith, D. Safford.
Practical Server Privacy with Secure Coprocessors.
IBM Systems Journal (Special Issue on End-to-End Security). 40(3), 2001. Draft PDF(154K)

Secure Coprocessing

S.W. Smith
Outbound Authentication for Programmable Secure Coprocessors.
Submittited for publication.
(A preliminary version is available as Technical Report TR2001-401 PDF)

(Older coprocessing papers can be found here.)


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