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From: dave (daveimmunityinc.com)
Date: Mon Apr 12 2010 - 11:36:07 CDT
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So people like to point at Palladium (and NGTCB, etc.) as "solving all our problems".
Mostly Palladium solved the RIAA's problems, and it required a global-PKI, which is
why no one went for it, possibly?
In any case, as an attacker we look forward to the future NGTCB, mostly because we
can sign and seal our trojans to particular machines, and make them impossible to RE
or get memory forensics on. I've asked Gustavo Scotti to look into it, which means
it'll probably be done by the time people enable their TPM bios's. :>
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