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Side channel attacks are known to be efficient techniques to retrieve secret data. Within this context, this paper proposes to prototype a logic called Secure Triple Track Logic (STTL) on FPGA and evaluate its robustness against power analyses. More precisely, the paper aims at demonstrating that the basic concepts on which this logic leans are valid and(More)
—Classical Fault Attacks often require the ability to encrypt twice the same plaintext, in order to get one or several pairs of correct and faulty ciphertexts corresponding to the same message. This observation led some designers to think that a randomized mode of operation may be sufficient to protect block cipher encryption against this kind of threat. In(More)
Lightweight block ciphers are designed so as to fit into very constrained environments, but usually not really with software performance in mind. For classical lightweight applications where many constrained devices communicate with a server, it is also crucial that the cipher has good software performance on the server side. Recent work has shown that(More)
Since the introduction of side channel attacks in the nineties, a large amount of work has been devoted to their effectiveness and efficiency improvements. On the one side, general results and conclusions are drawn in theoretical frameworks, but the latter ones are often set in a too ideal context to capture the full complexity of an attack performed in(More)
The contribution of this paper is twofold: (1) a novel fault injection attack against AES, based on a new fault model, is proposed. Compared to state-of-the-art attacks, this fault model advantage is to relax constraints on the fault location, and then reduce the a priori knowledge on the implementation. Moreover, the attack algorithm is very simple and(More)
Side channel attacks are known to be efficient techniques to retrieve secret data. In this context, this paper concerns the evaluation of the robustness of triple rail logic against power and electromagnetic analyses on FPGA devices. More precisely, it aims at demonstrating that the basic concepts behind triple rail logic are valid and may provide(More)
Side-channel analyses constitute a major threat for embedded devices, because they allow an attacker to recover secret keys without the device being aware of the sensitive information theft. They have been proved to be efficient in practice on many deployed cryptosystems. Even during the standardization process for the AES, many scientists have raised the(More)
Electromagnetic Aattacks hve been recently identified as an efficient technique to retrieve the secret key of cryptographic algorithms. Although similar mathematically speaking, Power or Electromagnetic Attacks have different advantages in practice. Among the advantages of EM attacks, the feasibility of attacking limited and bounded area of integrated(More)
In side-channel analysis, the waveforms can be acquired mis-aligned. Several algorithms have been put forward to resynchronize signals , as a pretreatment before the attack proper. In this article, we examine two of them, namely amplitude-only and phase-only correlation (abridged AOC and POC), and introduce a third one, called threshold-POC (T-POC) that(More)