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Asphalion: Trustworthy Shielding Against Byzantine Faults

Vincent Rahli; Ivana Vukotic

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  "description": "<p>Asphalion is a Coq-based framework for verifying the correctness of<br>\nimplementations of fault-tolerant systems. It especially provides<br>\nfeatures to verify the correctness of hybrid fault-tolerant systems<br>\n(such as the MinBFT protocol<br>\n<a href=\"\"></a>), where<br>\nnormal components (that can for example fail arbitrarily) trust some<br>\nspecial components (that can for example only crash on failure) to<br>\nprovide properties in a trustworthy manner.&nbsp; Asphalion allows running<br>\nsuch trusted-trustworthy components inside Intel SGX enclaves.<br>\nMore details are provided here:<br>\n<a href=\"\"></a></p>\n\n<p>&nbsp;</p>", 
  "license": "", 
  "creator": [
      "affiliation": "University of Birmingham", 
      "@id": "", 
      "@type": "Person", 
      "name": "Vincent Rahli"
      "affiliation": "SnT, University of Luxembourg", 
      "@id": "", 
      "@type": "Person", 
      "name": "Ivana Vukotic"
  "url": "", 
  "datePublished": "2019-08-14", 
  "keywords": [
    "Formal verification", 
    "Distributed systems", 
    "State machine replication", 
    "Crash fault-tolerance", 
    "Byzantine fault-tolerance", 
    "Hybrid fault-tolerance", 
    "Intel SGX", 
    "Trusted components", 
    "Compositional reasoning", 
    "Knowledge calculus"
  "@context": "", 
  "identifier": "", 
  "@id": "", 
  "@type": "SoftwareSourceCode", 
  "name": "Asphalion: Trustworthy Shielding Against Byzantine Faults"
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