Abdulaziz Alkhoraidly

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Faults can corrupt data in storage, in transit, or during a computation. Like other digital systems, cryptosystems are vulnerable to natural and artificial faults. However, the effects of faults on cryptosystems far suppress the corruption of data. Attacks that exploit various classes of faults to learn secret data have been proposed and shown to be(More)
The use of fixed-block error recovery, which combines frequent validation and partial recomputation, to address the problem of transient faults in elliptic curve scalar multiplication was proposed earlier and its advantages in terms of efficiency and reliability were illustrated. However, in order to maximize its advantages, the selection of the block size(More)
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