Cyril Roscian

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Laser fault injection through the front side (and consequently the metal-flls) of an IC is often performed with medium or small laser beams for the purpose of injecting bytewise faults. We have investigated in this paper the properties of fault injection with a larger laser beam (in the 100/im range). We have also checked whether the bit-set (or bit-reset)(More)
This paper presents the design of an SRAM cell with a robustness improvement against laser-induced fault injection. We report the fault sensitivity mapping of a first SRAM design. A careful analysis of its results combined with the use of an electrical model at transistor level of the photoelectric effect induced by a laser permit us to validate our(More)
Laser fault injection into SRAM cells is a widely used technique to perform fault attacks. In previous works, Roscian and Sarafianos studied the relations between the layout of the cell, its different laser-sensitive areas and their associated fault model using 50 ns duration laser pulses. In this paper, we report similar experiments carried out using(More)
The AES is a standard encryption algorithm used in numerous cryptographic systems like smart cards, TPMs as well as in protocols like WPA2 or OpenSSL. Measuring the robustness of AES implementations against physical attacks is of utmost import-ance in order to guarantee the security of the system into which the AES is used. In this article, we describe how(More)
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