Reduction in the Number of Fault Injections for Blind Fault Attack on SPN Block Ciphers


In 2014, a new fault analysis called blind fault attack (BFA) was proposed, in which attackers can only obtain the number of different faulty outputs without knowing the public data. The original BFA requires 480,000 fault injections to recover a 128-bit AES key. This work attempts to reduce the number of fault injections under the same attack assumptions… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/3014583


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