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We consider the problem of secure long-term archiving of
network traffic, an instance of the problem of storing data
securely. We approach the problem using secure hardware, which enables
the enforcement of flexible access policy. The policy cannot be
circumvented by anyone, even insiders, and so we are assured that
access to the data is as originally intended. The policy can be
expressed as any feasible computation, as it will be checked inside
the secure hardware without possibility of interference. We discuss
our design of a device to perform such network data archiving and have
implemented a prototpe device. We discuss other possible application
areas of the design.
Senior Honors Thesis.
Advisor: Sean Smith.
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Alex Iliev, "An Armored Data Vault." Dartmouth Computer Science Technical Report TR2001-400, May 2001.
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