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Remotely Keyed Cryptographics Secure Remote Display Access Using (Mostly) Untrusted Hardware

Debra L. Cook, Ricardo Baratto, Angelos D. Keromytis
Department of Computer Science, Columbia University
Information and Communications Security, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2005, Volume 3783/2005, 363-375

@article{cook2005remotely,

   title={Remotely keyed cryptographics secure remote display access using (mostly) untrusted hardware},

   author={Cook, D. and Baratto, R. and Keromytis, A.},

   journal={Information and Communications Security},

   pages={363–375},

   year={2005},

   publisher={Springer}

}

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