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2005
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Design of Testable Random Bit Generators
Abstract. In this paper, the evaluation of random bit generators for security applications is discussed and the concept of stateless generator is introduced. It is shown how, for t...
Marco Bucci, Raimondo Luzzi
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2005
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Fast Truncated Multiplication for Cryptographic Applications
The Truncated Multiplication computes a truncated product, a contiguous subsequence of the digits of the product of 2 integers. A few truncated polynomial multiplication algorithms...
Laszlo Hars
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2005
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Hardware/Software Co-design for Hyperelliptic Curve Cryptography (HECC) on the 8051µP
Lejla Batina, David Hwang, Alireza Hodjat, Bart Pr...
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2005
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The "Backend Duplication" Method
Abstract. Several types of logic gates suitable for leakage-proof computations have been put forward [1,2,3,4]. This paper describes a method, called “backend duplication” to a...
Sylvain Guilley, Philippe Hoogvorst, Yves Mathieu,...
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2005
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Templates as Master Keys
We introduce two new attacks: the single-bit template attack and the template-enhanced DPA attack. The single-bit template attack can be used very effectively to classify even sin...
Dakshi Agrawal, Josyula R. Rao, Pankaj Rohatgi, Ka...
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2005
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Successfully Attacking Masked AES Hardware Implementations
During the last years, several masking schemes for AES have been proposed to secure hardware implementations against DPA attacks. In order to investigate the effectiveness of thes...
Stefan Mangard, Norbert Pramstaller, Elisabeth Osw...
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2005
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Security Evaluation Against Electromagnetic Analysis at Design Time
Electromagnetic analysis (EMA) can be used to compromise secret information by analysing the electric and/or magnetic fields emanating from a device. It follows differential power...
Huiyun Li, A. Theodore Markettos, Simon W. Moore
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