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Advances and Throwbacks in Hardware-assisted Security - CASES: Special Session - Towards Secure Computer Architecture: Understanding Security Vulnerabilities and Emerging Attacks for Better Defenses
- Brasser, Ferdinand; Davi, Lucas; Dhavlle, Abhijitt; Frassetto, Tommaso; Dinakarrao, Sai Manoj Pudukotai; Rafatirad, Setareh; Sadeghi, Ahmad-Reza; Sasan, Avesta; Sayadi, Hossein; Zeitouni, Shaza; Homayoun, Houman
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- Proc. of IEEE International Conference on Compilers, Architecture, and Synthesis for Embedded Systems
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Hardware security architectures and primitives are becoming increasingly important in practice providing trust anchors and trusted execution environment to protect modern software systems. Over the past two decades we have witnessed various hardware security solutions and trends from Trusted Platform Modules (TPM), performance counters for security, ARM's TrustZone, and Physically Unclonable Functions (PUFs), to very recent advances such as Intel's Software Guard Extension (SGX). Unfortunately, these solutions are rarely used by third party developers, make strong trust assumptions (including in manufacturers), are too expensive for small constrained devices, do not easily scale, or suffer from information leakage. Academic research has proposed a variety of solutions, in hardware security architectures, these advancements are rarely deployed in practice.