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Hardware, Languages, and Architectures for Defense Against Hostile Operating Systems
Final rept. Aug 2009-July 2014
CALIFORNIA UNIV BERKELEY COMPUTER SCIENCE DIV
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The Defending Against Hostile Operating Systems research project focused on building systems that will remain secure even when the operating system is compromised or hostile. It was a collaborative effort among researchers from Harvard, Stony Brook, U.C. Berkeley, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and the University of Virginia. The project studied this problem from a number of angles, including operating system design, hypervisor enforcement, static analysis, and hardware design, and on a number of platforms, including desktop systems, servers, and mobile systems. The team developed numerous mechanisms and techniques for addressing this problem.
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