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Index Terms-FPGA security, bitstream fault injection, automated key recovery, AES, bitstream encryption vulnerability. ... We introduce a novel class of bitstream fault injection (BiFI) attacks which does not require any reverse-engineering. ... In this attack -so-called bitstream fault injection (BiFI) -the faults are injected repeatedly by configuring the target FPGA with malicious bitstreams. ...doi:10.1109/tc.2016.2646367 fatcat:lrdaglhhqrdjvixmepkov7bum4
The fourth paper, "Bitstream Fault Injections (BiFI) Automated Fault Attacks against SRAM-based FPGAs," by P. ... ., demonstrates how the malicious modification of a bitstream can be used to mount an efficient fault attack on a cryptographic primitive integrated into an unknown FPGA bitstream. ...doi:10.1109/tc.2017.2788658 fatcat:brrmrfgvhvcezlb4mlj4cyweii
Burns, A., þ, TC Oct. 2018 1478-1491 Bitstream Fault Injections (BiFI)-Automated Fault Attacks Against SRAM-Based FPGAs. ... Streit, S., þ, TC Nov. 2018 1651-1662 Practical Randomized RLWE-Based Key Exchange Against Signal Leakage Attack. ...doi:10.1109/tc.2018.2882120 fatcat:j2j7yw42hnghjoik2ghvqab6ti