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Smart-Guard: Defending user input from malware and keyloggers

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Currently, there is no effective way to defend user input from malware attacks and hardware keylogger attacks. We present Smart-Guard, a method to protect user input into a system even if the attacker controls – to us unknown – parts of the underlying system. Our approach ensures confidentiality of user input when any one of three devices is completely compromised; integrity holds for up to two malicious devices. In this way, Smart-Guard has flexible trust assumptions, and does not require any particular part of the system to be trusted.

This talk is part of the Computer Security Seminars series.

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