TaLoS: Efficient TLS Termination Inside SGX Enclaves for Existing Applications
TaLoS1 is a TLS library that allows existing applications (with an OpenSSL/LibreSSL interface) to securely terminate their TLS connection. For this, TaLoS places security-sensistive code and data of the TLS library inside an Intel SGX enclave, while the rest of the application remains outside. It can then be used as the building block for a wide range of security-critical applications for which the integrity and/or confidentiality of TLS connections must be guaranteed. TaLoS provides good performance by executing enclave transitions asynchronously and leveraging user-level threading inside the enclave. The code is accompanied with a technical report, containing details about the architecture and performance results. In contrast to the SSL add-on for the Intel SGX SDK, TaLoS exposes the OpenSSL/LibreSSL API to untrusted code outside of the enclave. This means that existing applications can use the TaLoS library with no or only minor modifications. The Intel SGX SDK SSL add-on does not expose an outside interface, which means that applications must be modified to use it.[…]
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Nguyen Anh Quynh announced the 1.0.1 release of the Unicorn CPU Emulator.
[unicorn-engine] Unicorn Emulator v1.0.1 is out!
We are excited to announce version 1.0.1 for Unicorn CPU Emulator framework! This is a stable release, in which we fixed some issues in the core, added some features on Arm, Arm64, Mips & X86. […]
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There’s a relatively new GUI front-end to the command line-based CHIPSEC project, called CHISPEC_GUI. This GUI for chipsec 1.2.5 provides a fairly simple design but lets you select each module that you want to run. It is made with PyQt4. It is getting updated to Chipsec 1.3.0 with the appropriate module additions written into the GUI. It was originally written in Persian by Emad Helmi, and translated to English by Alex Floyd of PreOS-Security.
Forked from Persian version: