Authenticating Outputs of Computer Software Using a Cryptographic Coprocessor
B. Schneier and J. Kelsey
Proceedings 1996 CARDIS, September 1996, pp. 11-24
ABSTRACT: A cryptographic coprocessor is described for certifying outcomes of software programs. The system for certifying and authenticating outputs allows a third party who trusts the secure components of the system to verify that a specified program actually executed and produced a claimed output.
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