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Cryptography Research teams with Discretix on DPA

7/11/2012 01:42 PM EDT
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re: Cryptography Research teams with Discretix on DPA
KB3001   7/14/2012 9:36:49 AM
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DPA attacks has been around for many years goafrit and countermeasure have been and are being developed by many companies around the world. One way to do it is to have an extra piece of circuitry that compensate any fluctuation of current during crypto ops so that power consumption remains more or less constant, rendering DPA useless. There are many other techniques (check out IEEEXplore for instance)

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goafrit   7/13/2012 7:58:19 PM
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Very novel idea on this DPA which I am just learning the first time. Commendable idea that one can make sense of the fluctuation in power line to secure systems.

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