Timothy Goh

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Fully autonomous hobbyist drones are typically controlled using bespoke microcontrollers, or general purpose low-level controllers such as the Arduino[1]. However, these devices only have limited compute power and sensing capabilities, and do not easily provide cellular connectivity options. We present <i>Captain Buzz</i>, an Android smartphone app capable(More)
In 2002, Suresh Chari, Rao Josyula and Pankaj Rohatgi presented a very powerful method, known as the Template Attack, to infer secret values processed by a microcontroller, by analysing its power-supply current, generally known as its side-channel leakage. This attack uses a profiling step to compute the parameters of a multivariate normal distribution from(More)
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