Corpus ID: 201131855

Microsystem Identification and Fingerprinting Using RF Side Channels

@inproceedings{Cleveland2019MicrosystemIA,
  title={Microsystem Identification and Fingerprinting Using RF Side Channels},
  author={Corey Cleveland and M. Chilenski and I. Dekine and P. Kumar and G. Raz},
  year={2019}
}
We have developed a comprehensive cyber sensor system for fingerprinting many classes of embedded devices, their internal hardware settings, and elements of their code. This is done by detecting changes to programmable embedded devices which impart unique signatures in their involuntary radio frequency (RF) emissions. In this paper, we show results of our approach for the following: i) device identification, ii) peripheral connection status , iii) compiler options used, and iv) data processing… Expand
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