GliFreD: Glitch-Free Duplication Towards Power-Equalized Circuits on FPGAs

@article{Wild2015GliFreDGD,
  title={GliFreD: Glitch-Free Duplication Towards Power-Equalized Circuits on FPGAs},
  author={Alexander Wild and Amir Moradi and Tim Gx00FCneysu},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Computers},
  year={2015},
  volume={67},
  pages={375-387}
}
Designers of secure hardware are required to harden their implementations against physical threats, such as power analysis attacks. In particular, cryptographic hardware circuits need to decorrelate their current consumption from the information inferred by processing (secret) data. A common technique to achieve this goal is the use of special logic styles that aim at equalizing the current consumption at each single processing step. However, since all hiding techniques like Dual-Rail Precharge… CONTINUE READING

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