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Security Engineering is a research group based in Peshawar, Pakistan specializing in security and service oriented architectures related areas. Our areas of focus are Remote attestation via Trusted Computing standards on ubiquitous and mobile platforms. Our research proposes behavioral paradigm for remote attestation. The purpose of this blog i...Read More

ACSAC Speaker’s Handbook
June 28th, 2008 By recluze

I came across this “Speaker’s Handbook” of the Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC). It’s not really specific to the conference and present some useful material about speaking at an international (security) conference. Take a look at it here.

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Tpm_dev
June 25th, 2008 By recluze

Since shaz won’t post on the blog himself, I’ll post it here for him. This comes from his mail to SERG Archive: This one is specially for Dr.M and Mr.T. The tpm_dev is a kernel module for backward compatibility, when application space made a call to tpm driver i.e. before TIS and 1.2 specification....

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SACMAT’08 Proceedings have been posted online at ACM. Visit here to see our “Model-based Behavioral Attestation Framework”.

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[These are comments to the paper titled, "From Trusted to Secure: Building and Executing Applications That Enforce System Security" available at USENIX ATC'07.] The paper deals with the issue of differences between security enforcement on the operating system level and within applications. It describes...

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ARM Ltd. has teamed with Trusted Logic to develop secure software for mobile handsets and set-top boxes that will combine the microprocessor core maker’s TrustZone technology with optimized security software from Trusted Logic….. Embedded.com – ARM links with Trusted Logic for secure...

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Moved to IMSciences Host
January 28th, 2008 By recluze

After officially getting a home in IMSciences, Peshawar, we’ve moved our blog/website to IMS host. We’re now living at http://serg.imsciences.edu.pk.

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This is a cool Portable device…with a great range of support for portable devices locally and on the web…. follow the link. Portable Local WebServer with Apache, SQL, PHP and Applications for Windows » Raymond.CC Blog: amin.

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 Cambridge university technical report on: Active privilege management for distributed access control systems It isn’t strictly related to our work but it has some detailed discussion of access control related work.

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