The following links are to additional information about class topics.
Main references for TPM Information:
- See the TCG web site
Main reference for concepts and models used in modern cryptography:
- Introduction to Modern Cryptography by Mihir Bellare and Phillip Rogaway - used for the UCSD course CSE 207.
Additional good references for cryptography:
- Lecture Notes on Cryptography by Shafi Goldwasser and Mihir Bellare - used for an MIT summer course in cryptography (1996-2001).
- Handbook of Applied Cryptography - the entire CRC Press book is available online for free. This is a reference book and focuses on algorithms and techniques rather than models and proofs, but it's an excellent reference.
Additional good references for computer security:
- Security Engineering by Ross Anderson - one of the best books on applied computer security, which is now available online for free (but you can still buy a printed copy too!)
- Computer Security History Project - Seminal Papers (Classic papers in computer security, including Anderson, Bell-LaPadula, Orange Book, Multics papers, and more) [Link no longer working - was http://seclab.cs.ucdavis.edu/projects/history/]
Links to links:
Links to resources/info from student presentations:
- Brent Rudd's link for more LaTeX info:
- The Not So Short Introduction to LaTeX2e (basic LaTeX documentation/manual)
- Alex Bogaevski's links for Bitlocker information:
- http://technet2.microsoft.com/WindowsVista/en/library/ba1a3800-ce29-4f09-89ef-65bce923cdb51033.mspx [Note: Link no longer works]
- http://www.bitlocker.com/ [Note: web site no longer available]
- http://www.news.com/2300-1029_3-6230933-1.html [Note: Link no longer works]/li>
- Bobby Morrow's links for Microsoft NGSCB information:
- Next-Generation Secure Computing Base: Development Considerations for Nexus Computing Agents.
- Taking a Closer Look at NGSCB. [Note: Link no longer works - was http://windowsitpro.com/WindowsSecurity/Article/ArticleID/39106/WindowsSecurity_39106.html]
- Microsoft Next-Generation Secure Computing Base - Technical FAQ.
- Next-Generation Secure Computing Base.
- NGSCB: A Trusted Open System. [Link no longer working - was http://research.microsoft.com/~yuqunc/papers/ngscb.pdf]
- Trusted Computing and NGSCB.