Differential Fault Analysis on DES Middle Rounds

@inproceedings{Rivain2009DifferentialFA,
  title={Differential Fault Analysis on DES Middle Rounds},
  author={Matthieu Rivain},
  booktitle={CHES 2009},
  year={2009}
}
Differential Fault Analysis (DFA) is a powerful cryptanalytic technique that disturbs cryptographic computations and exploits erroneous results to infer secret keys. Over the last decade, many works have described and improved DFA techniques against block ciphers thus showing an inherent need to protect their implementations. A simple and widely used solution is to perform the computation twice and to check that the same result is obtained. Since DFA against block ciphers usually targets the… CONTINUE READING
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