Design automation for obfuscated circuits with multiple viable functions

Abstract

Gate camouflaging is a technique for obfuscating the function of a circuit against reverse engineering attacks. However, if an adversary has pre-existing knowledge about the set of functions that are viable for an application, random camouflaging of gates will not obfuscate the function well. In this case, the adversary can target their search, and only… (More)

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@article{Keshavarz2017DesignAF, title={Design automation for obfuscated circuits with multiple viable functions}, author={Shahrzad Keshavarz and Christof Paar and Daniel E. Holcomb}, journal={Design, Automation & Test in Europe Conference & Exhibition (DATE), 2017}, year={2017}, pages={886-889} }