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This paper proposes a trusted decentralized access control (TDAC) framework for the client/server architecture. As the fundamental principle, TDAC enforces access control policies at the client side and protects sensitive objects at the server side by leveraging trusted computing technologies. Compared with the previous work of Sandhu and Zhang (2005) , TDAC uses fewer requirements for trusted components. To implement TDAC, we design a private trusted reference monitor that runs at the clientdoi:10.1016/j.jnca.2009.12.012 fatcat:nmowhswmyrc5rgaf7v4yewkrlq