Pascal Manet

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This paper describes an attack on cryptographic devices called Differential Behavioral Analysis (or DBA). This is an hybrid attack between two already powerful attacks: differential power analysis (DPA) for the statistical treatment and safe-error attack for the fault type. DBA, simulated on an algorithmic model of AES appears to be very efficient. The(More)
Differential Fault Analysis (DFA) is a real threat for el-liptic curve cryptosystems. This paper describes an elliptic curve cryptoprocessor unit resistant against fault injection. This resistance is provided by the use of parity preserving logic gates in the operating structure of the ECC unit, which is based on borrow-save adders. The proposed(More)
this paper describes a block that can be added to a crypto-processor embedded on a FPGA. This block enables to simulate the co-processor behaviour when faults are injected. Three fault models are used and an example with AES is given. The aim of such a block is to speed up the test of countermeasures on a FPGA before running the chip in fab.
— In this paper, we describe the structure of a FPGA smart card emulator. The aim of such an emulator is to improve the behaviour of the whole architecture when faults occur. Within this card, an embedded Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) protected against DFA is inserted as well as a fault injection block. We also present the microprocessor core which(More)
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