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SysTEX’18 Best Paper Award for “TEEshift: Protecting Code Confidentiality by Selectively Shifting Functions into TEEs”

The paper “TEEshift: Protecting Code Confidentiality by Selectively Shifting Functions into TEEs” by Titouan Lazard, Johannes Götzfried, Tilo Müller, Gianni Santinelli, and Vincent Lefebvre received the Best Paper Award at this year’s Workshop on System Software for Trusted Execution (SysTEX’18). The award was handed over during the workshop which was held on October 15, 2018 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The paper presents a tool suite that protects the confidentiality and integrity of code by shifting selected functions into TEEs. The approach works entirely on binary-level and does not require the adaption of source code projects or build environments, nor does it require compiler-level patches. The paper can be accessed at https://faui1-files.cs.fau.de/filepool/projects/teeshift/teeshift.pdf