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=== TCG/TPM ===
 
=== TCG/TPM ===
 
*[http://sourceforge.net/projects/tpmdd Linux TPM Device Driver]:  Device driver to enable the TPM chip as described by specifications at http://www.trustedcomputinggroup.org. The TPM chip will enable you to use hardware to securely store and protect your keys and personal data. See also the TrouSerS project.  
 
*[http://sourceforge.net/projects/tpmdd Linux TPM Device Driver]:  Device driver to enable the TPM chip as described by specifications at http://www.trustedcomputinggroup.org. The TPM chip will enable you to use hardware to securely store and protect your keys and personal data. See also the TrouSerS project.  
* TPM Software Stack [http://sourceforge.net/projects/trousers trousers]
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*[http://sourceforge.net/projects/trousers TrouSers]: An open-source TCG Software Stack implementation, created and released by IBM.
  
 
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Revision as of 13:34, 7 June 2009

This page has information about hardware based security enhancement, which is of interest to CE Linux Forum members

Technology/Project pages

Solutions

  • Secure Flashing/Booting Support
  • Secure Storage
  • Cryptographic Accelerators
  • FIPS Compliant True Hardware RNG
  • Secure DMA Channels

Products

Security chips

TPM (Trusted Platform Module)

TPM Specifications

Security enhanced processors

ARM(R) TrustZone(R)

ARM Trustzone

OMAP M-Shied

TI White Paper

Intel(R) Wireless Trusted Platform

IBM White Paper

CELL

The Cell processor has an 'isolated' SPU runtime environment. CBE Architecture document

Open Source Projects/Mailing Lists

TCG/TPM

  • Linux TPM Device Driver: Device driver to enable the TPM chip as described by specifications at http://www.trustedcomputinggroup.org. The TPM chip will enable you to use hardware to securely store and protect your keys and personal data. See also the TrouSerS project.
  • TrouSers: An open-source TCG Software Stack implementation, created and released by IBM.