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Wednesday, July 12 • 09:35 - 10:05
Supporting TPM 2.0 In The Dynamic Root of Trust Model on OpenXT - Chris Rogers, AIS

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OpenXT is a Xen-based client virtualization platform that provides a DRTM environment using the TPM, Tboot, and Intel TXT. Within the past few years, the TPM 2.0 specification has been finalized enough such that the majority of new hardware ships with a 2.0 module. Therefore, it was imperative that the OpenXT project leverage the significant improvements to security and features that TPM 2.0 provides. This presentation seeks to detail and examine the implementation challenges we faced during the course of development, including the integration of a new set of TPM tools from Intel, modifications to Tboot, 'layered' sealing, and handling the many nuances of the TPM 2.0 spec as it applies to OpenXT. It is our hope that this knowledge may contribute to the adoption of TPM 2.0 in a wider variety of security-focused projects.

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Chris Rogers

Research Software Engineer, AIS
Chris Rogers is a Research Software Engineer currently working at AIS. He has experience with multiple layers of the virtualization stack including PV driver, toolstack, kernel, and hypervisor development. He holds a BS and MS in Computer Science from Binghamton University.



Wednesday July 12, 2017 09:35 - 10:05
Valletta Conference Centre II

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