Shuffling across rounds: A lightweight strategy to counter side-channel attacks


Side-channel attacks are a potent threat to the security of devices implementing cryptographic algorithms. Designing lightweight countermeasures against side-channel analysis that can run on resource constrained devices is a major challenge. One such lightweight countermeasure is shuffling, in which the designer randomly permutes the order of execution of… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/ICCD.2016.7753323


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