Multiparty Verified Code Execution on Modern Browsers
Original Publication Date: 2014-Oct-20
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2014-Oct-20
A process that allows a user to securely execute a web application without trusting a single server. This opens the possibility to safe web client cryptography without extensions. It uses bookmarks as intermediate storage for the code, that it’s verified using additional independent servers. It also makes use of the locally generated HTML error pages as a clean environment to execute the verified code. Finally, it’s extended to support multiple applications, user preferences, and secure password-based private data.