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Re: [Taler] ECASH Act vs patents

From: Hendursaga
Subject: Re: [Taler] ECASH Act vs patents
Date: Fri, 08 Jul 2022 10:13:26 -0400

> We security folk are allergic to TEEs of course, due to Intel, DRM
> vendors, etc. all having tried & failed repeatedly while spending
> billions, and due to the threat model being incredibly difficult.
> It's likely secure TEEs could be built however, albeit incredibly slow
> ones with limited functionality, like maybe FHE wired into randomized
> layout FPGAs, ala Bunnie Hung's Betrusted device.

I haven't personally used either (yet), but there are at least[1] two[2] 
open-sourced RISC-V TEE frameworks that might be worth following, in addition 
to the RISC-V ISA itself and ecosystem, which I find fascinating.

I know nothing about NSF and NIST grant processes, sadly.


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