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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

What is EASIP ?
June 22nd, 2011 By Engineer@IMS

What is EASIP ? Extending Android Security for Intent Policies is a Govt funded research project approved by National Information and Communication Technologies Research and Development (Ministry of Information and Technology) Govt of Pakistan. (ICT R&D) When it started ? The project has been...

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October 25th, 2010 By Owais

Analysis report on Android Application Framework and existing Security Architecture      ABSTRACT Android is the first comprehensive open source mobile software stack, destined towards consumer market. It consists of complete mobile operating system supported by Linux kernel, a newly built Dalvik...

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Implementation of the UCON engine
October 25th, 2010 By KashifAhmad

Implementation of the UCON engine Introduction The area of access control in the field of computer and information security has been the focus of much of the research during the past few decades or so. Access control is primarily concerned with the authentication and authorizations. Access control determines...

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Model-based Behavioral Attestation
October 25th, 2010 By KashifAhmad

Model-based Behavioral Attestation ABSTRACT Remote attestation is an important characteristic of trusted computing technology which provides reliable evidence that a trusted environment actually exists. Existing approaches for the realization of remote attestation measure the trustworthiness of a target...

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Analysis of Existing Remote Attestation Techniques Abstract This report has been written as a part of the research project that is working towards the implementation of dynamic behavioral attestation for mobile platforms. The motivation behind this report was to analyze the existing remote attestation...

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Analysis of the real world use case
October 25th, 2010 By KashifAhmad

Analysis of the real world use case Introduction This deliverable is based on a use case from a daily life. This use case has been proposed with the purpose of identifying the goals and objectives of the DBAMP project and will also serve to demonstrate the various methodologies and techniques developed...

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Analysis of Open source MobilePlatforms
October 25th, 2010 By KashifAhmad

Analysis of Open source MobilePlatforms Abstract This report introduces the reader with prominent mobile platforms (concentrating on the software stack) and then enables the reader to understand what the open source initiatives are in contrast to famous closed source mobile platforms. It is...

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October 25th, 2010 By Owais

Policy Execution Environment Implementation INTRODUCTION The increased capabilities and computational power of smartphones have enabled an increasing number of enterprises to deploy specialized services targeted towards these next-generation platforms. These services combine the mobility of traditional...

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