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Hardware-Anchored Security Based on SRAM PUFs, Part 2
Found in: IEEE Security & Privacy Magazine
By Helena Handschuh
Issue Date:July 2012
pp. 80-81
Physical unclonable functions based on static RAM can help provide new approaches to such applications as secure key storage, secure boot for flash-memory-based embedded devices without on-chip nonvolatile memory, hardware-software binding, and generating ...
 
Hardware-Anchored Security Based on SRAM PUFs, Part 1
Found in: IEEE Security & Privacy
By Helena Handschuh
Issue Date:May 2012
pp. 80-83
Physical unclonable functions (PUFs) originate in intrinsic properties extracted from devices and objects for the purpose of identification. A special type of silicon PUFs called SRAM (static RAM) PUFs can help make integrated circuits securer.
 
Blinded Fault Resistant Exponentiation Revisited
Found in: Fault Diagnosis and Tolerance in Cryptography, Workshop on
By Arnaud Boscher, Helena Handschuh, Elena Trichina
Issue Date:September 2009
pp. 3-9
Cryptographic algorithm implementations are subject to specific attacks, called side channel attacks, focusing on the analysis of their power consumption or execution time or on the analysis of faulty computations. At FDTC06, Fumaroli and Vigilant presente...
 
Masking Does Not Protect Against Differential Fault Attacks
Found in: Fault Diagnosis and Tolerance in Cryptography, Workshop on
By Arnaud Boscher, Helena Handschuh
Issue Date:August 2008
pp. 35-40
Over the past ten years, cryptographic algorithms have been found to be vulnerable against side-channel attacks such as power analysis attacks, timing attacks, electromagnetic radiation attacks and fault attacks. These attacks capture leaking information f...
 
Securing Flash Technology
Found in: Fault Diagnosis and Tolerance in Cryptography, Workshop on
By Helena Handschuh, Elena Trichina
Issue Date:September 2007
pp. 3-20
Flash memory is a type of non-volatile semiconductor memory that can be electrically erased and programmed. It can be found in almost every high-capacity consumer electronic device in the market. Examples of such mass memory products include USB flash driv...
 
Hardware intrinsic security from D flip-flops
Found in: Proceedings of the fifth ACM workshop on Scalable trusted computing (STC '10)
By Geert-Jan Schrijen, Helena Handschuh, Pim Tuyls, Vincent van der Leest
Issue Date:October 2010
pp. 53-62
In this paper we describe the results of our investigations Supported by EU FP7 project UNIQUE on the randomness and reliability of D flip-flops when used as a Physically Unclonable Function (PUF). These D flip-flops are hardware components which present a...
     
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