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Looking for people interested in the Trusted Computing 'Adopt a JSR'

From: Martijn V.
Sent on: Thursday, October 27, 2011 12:17 PM
Hi all,

JSR-321 is about the Trusted Computing space and is close to having
its final draft voted upon -->­


"The Trusted Computing Group developed a standard API for accessing
Trusted Computing functionality from applications, the Trusted
Software Stack (TSS). The TSS is targeted at applications written in
the C-language. To make use of TC-functionality from Java, two groups
have developed prototype solutions:

* MIT CSAIL has developed TMP/J, an object-oriented API using Java for
low-level access to the TPM.
* IAIK, Graz University of Technology has developed the jTSS-Wrapper,
a Wrapper making standard TSS implementations accessible from Java,
and also jTSS, a native implementation of the TCG Software Stack.

The TSS-based activities followed the C-Specifications of the TCG, the
resulting API obviously is not ideal for the Java world. The proposed
JSR is to develop a Trusted Software Stack for Java providing
comparable functionality the TSS offers to the C world."


If there are any Trusted Computing experts in the LJC we'd love to
hear from you - we'd like to get an assessment of any weaknesses that
should be addressed now.


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