Daehyun Strobel

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In the past years, various electronic access control systems have been found to be insecure. In consequence, attacks have emerged that permit unauthorized access to secured objects. One of the few remaining , allegedly secure digital locking systems—the system 3060 manufactured and marketed by SimonsVoss—is employed in numerous objects worldwide. Following(More)
—Source code plagiarism has become a serious problem for the industry. Although there exist many software solutions for comparing source codes, they are often not practical in the embedded environment. Today's microcontrollers have frequently implemented a memory read protection that prevents a verifier from reading out the necessary source code. In this(More)
—Side-channel analysis has become a well-established topic in the scientific community and industry over the last one and a half decade. Somewhat surprisingly, the vast majority of work on side-channel analysis has been restricted to the " use case " of attacking cryptographic implementations through the recovery of keys. In this contribution, we show how(More)
We examine the widespread SimonsVoss digital locking system 3060 G2 that relies on an undisclosed, proprietary protocol to mutually authenticate transponders and locks. For assessing the security of the system, several tasks have to be performed: By decapsulating the used microcontrollers with acid and circumventing their read-out protection with UV-C(More)
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