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Case study of a project I did of interfacing a proprietary digital cinema server to a FreeBSD machine, configured to act as a SCSI target. Also contains an analysis of NetBSD's CGD disk encryption with respect to several less common security models. While CGD (and similar products) focus on providing privacy if an attacker has one-time read-only access to the ciphertext, they were not designed to address other threat models. Talk given at Usenix 2004.
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