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How trustworthy is trusted computing?

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One of the biggest issues facing computer technology today is data security. The problem has gotten worse because users are working with sensitive information more often, while the number of threats is growing and hackers are developing new types of attacks. Because of this, many technology experts advocate development of trusted computing (TC) systems that integrate data security into their core operations, rather than implementing it via add-on applications. The paper discusses cryptographic trusted computing and trusted computing initiatives.

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Computer  (Volume:36 ,  Issue: 3 )