Electromagnetic Fault Injection: Towards a Fault Model on a 32-bit Microcontroller

  title={Electromagnetic Fault Injection: Towards a Fault Model on a 32-bit Microcontroller},
  author={Nicolas Moro and Amine Dehbaoui and Karine Heydemann and Bruno Robisson and Emmanuelle Encrenaz-Tiph{\`e}ne},
  journal={2013 Workshop on Fault Diagnosis and Tolerance in Cryptography},
Injection of transient faults as a way to attack cryptographic implementations has been largely studied in the last decade. Several attacks that use electromagnetic fault injection against hardware or software architectures have already been presented. On micro controllers, electromagnetic fault injection has mostly been seen as a way to skip assembly instructions or subroutine calls. However, to the best of our knowledge, no precise study about the impact of an electromagnetic glitch fault… CONTINUE READING
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