RATS -- Remote ATtestation procedureS

 

About RATS
English (USA)

In network protocol exchanges, it is often the case that one entity (a Relying Party) requires Evidence about a remote peer to assess the peer's trustworthiness, and a way to appraise such Evidence. The evidence is typically a set of claims about its software and hardware platform. This document describes an architecture for such remote attestation procedures (RATS).

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