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17 January 2005 Tamper-resistant storage techniques for multimedia systems
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Tamper-resistant storage techniques provide varying degrees of authenticity and integrity for data. This paper surveys five implemented tamper-resistant storage systems that use encryption, cryptographic hashes, digital signatures and error-correction primitives to provide varying levels of data protection. Five key evaluation points for such systems are: (1) authenticity guarantees, (2) integrity guarantees, (3) confidentiality guarantees, (4) performance overhead attributed to security, and (5) scalability concerns. Immutable storage techniques can enhance tamper-resistant techniques. Digital watermarking is not appropriate for tamper-resistance implemented in the storage system rather than at the application level.
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Elizabeth Haubert, Joseph Tucek, Larry Brumbaugh, and William Yurcik "Tamper-resistant storage techniques for multimedia systems", Proc. SPIE 5682, Storage and Retrieval Methods and Applications for Multimedia 2005, (17 January 2005); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.588020
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