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In this paper we extend the ideas for differential fault attacks on the RSA cryptosystem (see [4]) to schemes using elliptic curves. We present three different types of attacks that can be used to derive information about the secret key if bit errors can be inserted into the elliptic curve computations in a tamper-proof device. The effectiveness of the(More)
A variety of molecules in human blood have been implicated in the inhibition of HIV-1. However, it remained elusive which circulating natural compounds are most effective in controlling viral replication in vivo. To identify natural HIV-1 inhibitors we screened a comprehensive peptide library generated from human hemofiltrate. The most potent fraction(More)
The Scalable Vector Graphics format SVG is already substantially improving graphics delivery on the web, but some important issues still remain to be addressed. In particular, SVG does not support client-side adaption of documents to different viewing conditions, such as varying screen sizes, style preferences or different device capabilities. Based on our(More)
One of the key pathological features of Alzheimer's disease is the aggregation of tau protein. We are therefore searching for compounds capable of inhibiting this reaction. On the basis of an initial screen of 200000 compounds [Pickhardt, M., Gazova, Z., von Bergen, M., Khlistunova, I., Wang, Y., Hascher, A., Mandelkow, E. M., Biernat, J., and Mandelkow, E.(More)
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is a language developed by the World Wide Web Consortium for describing two dimensional vector graphics for storage and distribution on the Web. Unlike raster image formats, SVG-based images scale nicely to arbitrary resolutions and sizes. We introduce a constraint extension to SVG called Constraint Scalable Vector Graphics(More)