Cryptographic Hardware And Embedded Systems - Ches 2014: 16th International Workshop, Busan, South Korea, September 23-26, 2014, Proceedings by Lejla BatinaCryptographic Hardware And Embedded Systems - Ches 2014: 16th International Workshop, Busan, South Korea, September 23-26, 2014, Proceedings by Lejla Batina

Cryptographic Hardware And Embedded Systems - Ches 2014: 16th International Workshop, Busan, South…

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This book constitutes the proceedings of the 16th International Workshop on Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems, CHES 2014, held in Busan, South Korea, in September 2014. The 33 full papers included in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 127 submissions. They are organized in topical sections named: side-channel attacks; new attacks and constructions; countermeasures; algorithm specific SCA; ECC implementations; implementations; hardware implementations of symmetric cryptosystems; PUFs; and RNGs and SCA issues in hardware.
Title:Cryptographic Hardware And Embedded Systems - Ches 2014: 16th International Workshop, Busan, South…Format:PaperbackDimensions:618 pagesPublished:September 22, 2014Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3662447088

ISBN - 13:9783662447086

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Table of Contents

Side-Channel Attacks.- EM Attack Is Non-invasive? - Design Methodology and Validity Verification of EM Attack Sensor.- A New Framework for Constraint-Based Probabilistic Template Side Channel Attacks.- How to Estimate the Success Rate of Higher-Order Side-Channel Attacks.- Good Is Not Good Enough: Deriving Optimal Distinguishers from Communication Theory.- New Attacks and Constructions.- "Ooh Aah... Just a Little Bit" : A Small Amount of Side Channel Can Go a Long Way.- Destroying Fault Invariant with Randomization: A Countermeasure for AES against Differential Fault Attacks.- Reversing Stealthy Dopant-Level Circuits.- Constructing S-boxes for Lightweight Cryptography with Feistel Structure.- Countermeasures.- A Statistical Model for Higher Order DPA on Masked Devices.- Fast Evaluation of Polynomials over Binary Finite Fields and Application to Side-Channel Countermeasures.- Secure Conversion between Boolean and Arithmetic Masking of Any Order.- Making RSA-PSS Provably Secure against Non-random Faults.- Algorithm Specific SCA.- Side-Channel Attack against RSA Key Generation Algorithms.- Get Your Hands Off My Laptop: Physical Side-Channel Key-Extraction Attacks on PCs.- RSA Meets DPA: Recovering RSA Secret Keys from Noisy Analog Data.- Simple Power Analysis on AES Key Expansion Revisited.- ECC Implementations.- Efficient Pairings and ECC for Embedded Systems.- Curve41417: Karatsuba Revisited.- Implementations.- Cofactorization on Graphics Processing Units.- Enhanced Lattice-Based Signatures on Reconfigurable Hardware.- Compact Ring-LWE Cryptoprocessor.- Hardware Implementations of Symmetric Cryptosystems.- ICEPOLE: High-Speed, Hardware-Oriented Authenticated Encryption.- FPGA Implementations of SPRING: And Their Countermeasures against Side-Channel Attacks.- FOAM: Searching for Hardware-Optimal SPN Structures and Components with a Fair Comparison.- PUFs Secure Lightweight Entity Authentication with Strong PUFs: Mission Impossible?.- Efficient Power and Timing Side Channels for Physical Unclonable Functions.- Physical Characterization of Arbiter PUFs.- Bitline PUF: Building Native Challenge-Response PUF Capability into Any SRAM.- RNGs and SCA Issues in Hardware.- Embedded Evaluation of Randomness in Oscillator Based Elementary TRNG.- Entropy Evaluation for Oscillator-Based True Random Number Generators.- Side-Channel Leakage through Static Power: Should We Care about in Practice.- Gate-Level Masking under a Path-Based Leakage Metric.- Early Propagation and Imbalanced Routing, How to Diminish in FPGAs.