Confidential Computing Consortium

Projects

A community focused on open source licensed projects securing data in use & accelerating the adoption of confidential computing through open collaboration.

Every member is welcome; every project meeting our criteria is welcome.

We are a transparent, collaborative community.

Our Current Projects

Enarx

Enarx provides a platform abstraction for Trusted Execution Environments (TEEs) enabling creating and running “private, fungible, serverless” applications.

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Open Enclave SDK

Open Enclave SDK is an open source framework that allows developers to build Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) applications using a single enclaving abstraction.

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Projects Joining Soon

Graphene

A particular use case for Graphene is Intel Software Guard Extensions (SGX), where applications do not work out-of-the-box. Graphene solves this problem, with the added security benefits. Graphene can serve as a compatibility layer on other platforms.

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Occlum

Occlum makes running applications inside enclaves easy. It allows one to run unmodified programs inside enclaves with just a few simple commands. And Occlum is open-source and free to use.

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SGX SDK for Linux

Software Guard Extensions (SGX) Software Development Kit for linux is designed to help application developers protect select code and data from disclosure or modification at the hardware layer using protected enclaves.

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Keystone

Keystone is an open-source project for building trusted execution environments (TEE) with secure hardware enclaves, based on the RISC-V architecture. Our goal is to build a secure and trustworthy open-source secure hardware enclave, accessible to everyone in industry and academia.

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Trusted Compute Framework

The Trusted Compute Framework (TCF) enables privacy in blockchain transactions, moving intensive processing from a main blockchain to improve scalability and latency, and to support attested Oracles.

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Veracruz

Veracruz is a research project exploring the design of privacy-preserving distributed systems.  Veracruz uses strong isolation technology and remote attestation protocols to establish a “neutral ground” within which a collaborative, multi-party computation between a group of mistrusting principals takes place.

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