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Gilles Barthe, Lennart Beringer, Pierre Crégut, Benjamin Grégoire, Martin Hofmann, Peter Müller, Erik Poll, Germán Puebla, Ian Stark, and Eric Vétillard (2006)

MOBIUS: Mobility, Ubiquity, Security

In: Trustworthy Global Computing, Second Symposium, TGC 2006, Lucca, Italy, November 7-9, 2006, Revised Selected Papers, ed. by Ugo Montanari and Donald Sannella and Roberto Bruni, vol. 4661, pp. 10-29, Springer. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (ISBN: 978-3-540-75333-9).

Through their global, uniform provision of services and their distributed nature, global computers have the potential to profoundly enhance our daily life. However, they will not realize their full potential, unless the necessary levels of trust and security can be guaranteed. The goal of the MOBIUS project is to develop a Proof Carrying Code architecture to secure global computers that consist of Java-enabled mobile devices. In this progress report, we detail its objectives and provide a snapshot of the project results during its first year of activity. Work partially supported by the Integrated Project MOBIUS, within the Global Computing II initiative.

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