Remote Attestation Architecture
draft-thaler-rats-architecture-01

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Abstract

In network protocol exchanges, it is often the case that one entity (a relying party) requires evidence about the remote peer (and system components [RFC4949] thereof), in order to assess the trustworthiness of the peer. This document describes an architecture for such remote attestation procedures (RATS), which enable relying parties to decide whether to consider a remote system component trustworthy or not.

Authors

Dave Thaler (dthaler@microsoft.com)

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