Horizontal collision correlation attack on elliptic curves

@article{Bauer2014HorizontalCC,
  title={Horizontal collision correlation attack on elliptic curves},
  author={Aur{\'e}lie Bauer and {\'E}liane Jaulmes and Emmanuel Prouff and Jean-Ren{\'e} Reinhard and Justine Wild},
  journal={Cryptography and Communications},
  year={2014},
  volume={7},
  pages={91-119}
}
Elliptic curves based algorithms are nowadays widely spread among embedded systems. They indeed have the double advantage of providing efficient implementations with short certificates and of being relatively easy to secure against side-channel attacks. As a matter of fact, when an algorithm with constant execution flow is implemented together with randomization techniques, the obtained design usually thwarts classical side-channel attacks while keeping good performances. Recently, a new… CONTINUE READING
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