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Side-Channel Cryptanalysis

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Most cryptosystems are designed and argued secure at a mathematical level. In the real world, however, implementations of ciphers often leak additional information to attackers-timing, power consumption, heat, and more. This talk will describe a variety of side channel attacks against common systems, and discuss possible countermeasures.

This talk is part of the Current Research Topics (Computer Laboratory) 2010-11 series.

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