Malware infected computer systems can be found with increasing evidence in private and commercial fields of use. Always exposed to the risk of a “Lying End-Point”, an already manipulated security application that pretends to run on a clean computer system, the demand for new security solutions continues to rise. Project iTES (“innovative Trustworthy Endpoint Security”), government-funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, introduces a new system to enhance security while preserving usability. Based on an existing virtualized system which diversifies the software to a specific form of use, the project aims to develop new sensors to monitor the system dynamically and deliver real-time responses.
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