Christoph Böhm

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Key storage is a well-known security issue. Usually, keys are generated and then stored in an non-volatile memory (NVM). A promising alternative are the so-called physical unclonable functions (PUFs). These functions extract key material directly from manufacturing variabilities of a device. One example of such a PUF is the SRAM-PUF. It uses the power-up(More)
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