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This paper presents a lightweight anti-counterfeiting solution using intrinsic Physically Unclonable Functions (PUFs), which are already embedded in most commodity hardware platforms. The presented solution is particularly suitable for low-end computing devices without on-board security features. Our anti-counterfeiting approach is based on extracting a(More)
Trusted computing is gaining an increasing acceptance in the industry and finding its way to cloud computing. With this penetration, the question arises whether the concept of hard-wired security modules will cope with the increasing sophistication and security requirements of future IT systems and the ever expanding threats and violations. So far,(More)
The short-interval charging model is a customer-oriented charging model for pay-TV over Internet Protocol Television (IPTV). In contrast to conventional pay-TV models such as subscription-based pay-TV, pay-per-view and video on demand, this model allows charging for very short viewing intervals in the range of seconds. This paper presents the results of a(More)
In this paper, we present the first systematic investigation of data remanence effects on an intrinsic Static Random Access Memory Physical Unclonable Function (SRAM PUF) implemented on a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) device in a temperature range between -110◦ C and -40◦ C. Although previous studies investigated data remanence in SRAMs only at(More)
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