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  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    State and Progress in Strand Spaces: Proving Fair Exchange

    Many cryptographic protocols are intended to coordinate state changes among principals. Exchange protocols, for instance, coordinate delivery of new values to the participants, i.e., additions to the set of values they possess. An exchange protocol is fair if it ensures that delivery of new values is balanced: If one participant...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Principles of Remote Attestation

    Remote attestation is the activity of making a claim about properties of a target by supplying evidence to an appraiser over a network. The authors identify five central principles to guide development of attestation systems. They argue that attestation must be able to deliver temporally fresh evidence; comprehensive information about...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    XML Standards as the Basis for Data Interoperability Among Military C2 Systems and Beyond

    Today's battlefield requires agility in a matter of minutes, not hours or days, but there is a critical data sharing gap at the tactical edge. Implementation of the DOD Net-Centric Data Strategy through XML-based data standards is essential to fixing this problem and providing an environment where interoperable data is...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Principles of Remote Attestation

    Remote attestation is the activity of making a claim about properties of a target by supplying evidence to an appraiser over a network. The authors identify five central principles to guide development of attestation systems. They argue that attestation must be able to deliver temporally fresh evidence; comprehensive information about...

    Provided By The MITRE Corporation

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    XML Standards as the Basis for Data Interoperability Among Military C2 Systems and Beyond

    Today's battlefield requires agility in a matter of minutes, not hours or days, but there is a critical data sharing gap at the tactical edge. Implementation of the DOD Net-Centric Data Strategy through XML-based data standards is essential to fixing this problem and providing an environment where interoperable data is...

    Provided By The MITRE Corporation

  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    State and Progress in Strand Spaces: Proving Fair Exchange

    Many cryptographic protocols are intended to coordinate state changes among principals. Exchange protocols, for instance, coordinate delivery of new values to the participants, i.e., additions to the set of values they possess. An exchange protocol is fair if it ensures that delivery of new values is balanced: If one participant...

    Provided By The MITRE Corporation