Lightweight and Secure PUF Key Storage Using Limits of Machine Learning

@inproceedings{Yu2011LightweightAS,
  title={Lightweight and Secure PUF Key Storage Using Limits of Machine Learning},
  author={M. Yu and David M'Ra{\"i}hi and R. Sowell and S. Devadas},
  booktitle={CHES},
  year={2011}
}
  • M. Yu, David M'Raïhi, +1 author S. Devadas
  • Published in CHES 2011
  • Computer Science
  • A lightweight and secure key storage scheme using silicon Physical Unclonable Functions (PUFs) is described. To derive stable PUF bits from chip manufacturing variations, a lightweight error correction code (ECC) encoder / decoder is used. With a register count of 69, this codec core does not use any traditional error correction techniques and is 75% smaller than a previous provably secure implementation, and yet achieves robust environmental performance in 65nm FPGA and 0.13µ ASIC… CONTINUE READING
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