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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
This paper introduces the Trusted Execution Module (TEM); a high-level specification for a commodity chip that can execute usersupplied procedures in a trusted environment. The TEM is capable of securely executing partially-encrypted procedures/closures expressing arbitrary computation. These closures can be generated by any (potentially untrusted) party who knows the TEM's public encryption key. Compared to a conventional smartcard, which is typically used by pre-programming a limited set ofdoi:10.1007/978-3-540-85893-5_10 fatcat:ofwpmtpfr5c7fmbht7epzy2q4y