JSR321: Trusted Computing API for Java Platform is now released as Early Draft. Download EDR here (provided under the restrictions of a cost-free review license, which is delivered in detail with the specifications).
“JSR 321 targets to develop a Trusted Computing API for Java(TM) providing selected functionality the TCG Software Stack offers to the C world, while following the conventions of modern Java APIs.”
The members of the JSR 321 Expert Group are:
- Ronald Toegl and Peter Lipp, IAIK, Graz University Of Technology
- Kenneth M. Graf, Intel Corp.
- Jeff Nisewanger, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
- Deepak Dasaratha Rao, Samsung Electronics Corporation
- Winkler, Thomas
- Keil, Werner
- Nauman, Mohammad
- Gungoren, Bora
Informal members of the Expert Group are
- Hong, Theodore
Reviewers are asked to send their comments and contributions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The official JSR 321 web page is located at http://www.jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=321 and a mostly-editable wiki is available on http://jsr321.dev.java.net/
If you’re a Java programmer who’s interested in Trusted Computing, your feedback is valuable and we look forward to seeing your comments.
Update: You can find the latest version of the EDR and further releases here: https://jsr321.dev.java.net/. Direct link: here (provided under the restrictions of a cost-free review license, which is delivered in detail with the specifications).