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Power analysis attacks
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Power analysis attacks allow extracting keys from cryptographic devices with low effort. While so called differential power analysis attacks assume only very limited knowledge about the device under attack, template-based power analysis attacks assume much more knowledge. Naturally, this leads to better attacks. This talk will survey existing power analysis techniques briefly, but will have its emphasis on template-based power analysis attacks.
This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Security Seminar series.
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