Brussels / 1 & 2 February 2020

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Demo: SGX-LKL

Running unmodified Linux applications inside Intel SGX's enclaves


SGX-LKL is a library OS designed to run unmodified Linux binaries inside SGX enclaves. It uses the Linux Kernel Library (LKL) and a modified version of musl to provide system support for complex applications within the enclave. SGX-LKL has support for in-enclave user-level threading, signal handling, and paging. This demo presents an overview of SGX-LKL and demonstrates how popular applications can be ported and executed within SGX-LKL.

Speakers

Thiago Zagatti

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