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Extended abstract: The butterfly PUF protecting IP on every FPGA
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We propose a new PUF structure called the butterfly PUF that can be used on all types of FPGAs. Expand
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Physically Unclonable Functions: A Study on the State of the Art and Future Research Directions
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We present an extensive overview of all PUF and PUF-like proposals up to date in an attempt to get a thorough understanding of the state of the art in this topic. Expand
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PUFKY: A Fully Functional PUF-Based Cryptographic Key Generator
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We present PUFKY: a practical and modular design for a cryptographic key generator based on a Physically Unclonable Function (PUF). Expand
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A soft decision helper data algorithm for SRAM PUFs
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We derive and verify a distribution for the responses of SRAM-based physically unclonable functions (PUFs) and show that soft decision information becomes available without loss in min-entropy of the fuzzy secret. Expand
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Physically Unclonable Functions: Constructions, Properties and Applications
Physically unclonable functions (PUFs) are innovative physical security primitives that produce unclonable and inherent instance-specific measurements of physical objects; in many ways they are theExpand
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Low-Overhead Implementation of a Soft Decision Helper Data Algorithm for SRAM PUFs
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Using a Physically Unclonable Function or PUF to extract a secret key from the unique submicron structure of a device, instead of storing it in non-volatile memory, provides interesting advantages like physical unclonability and tamper evidence. Expand
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Reverse Fuzzy Extractors: Enabling Lightweight Mutual Authentication for PUF-Enabled RFIDs
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Physically Unclonable Functions (PUFs) are a promising technology to protect against such attacks by binding security critical data to the physical characteristics of the underlying hardware. Expand
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An Accurate Probabilistic Reliability Model for Silicon PUFs
  • R. Maes
  • Computer Science
  • CHES
  • 20 August 2013
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We introduce a new PUF reliability model taking this observed heterogeneous nature of PUF cells into account. Expand
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Intrinsic PUFs from Flip-flops on Reconfigurable Devices
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In this work, a new type of PUF construction for reconfigurable devices is introduced, based on flip-flop powerup values. Expand
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Secure Key Generation from Biased PUFs
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We provide several solutions for preventing entropy leakage between helper data and the secret of a PUF-based key generator, in case of i.i.d. biased bits. Expand
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