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Design of Reliable and Secure Multipliers by Multilinear Arithmetic Codes

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Design of Reliable and Secure Multipliers by Multilinear Arithmetic Codes
Abstract. We propose an efficient technique for the detection of errors in cryptographic circuits introduced by strong adversaries. Previously a number of linear and nonlinear error detection schemes were proposed. Linear codes provide protection only against primitive adversaries which no longer represents practice. On the other hand nonlinear codes provide protection against strong adversaries, but at the price of high overhead (200–300%). Here we propose a novel error detection technique, based on the random selection of linear arithmetic codes. Under mild assumptions the proposed construction achieves near nonlinear code error detection performance at a lower cost due to the fact that no nonlinear operations are needed for the encoder and decoder.
Zhen Wang, Mark G. Karpovsky, Berk Sunar, Ajay Jos
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ICICS
Authors Zhen Wang, Mark G. Karpovsky, Berk Sunar, Ajay Joshi
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