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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Masking schemes are a prominent countermeasure to defeat power analysis attacks. One of their core ingredients is the encoding function. Due to its simplicity and comparably low complexity overheads, many masking schemes are based on a Boolean encoding. Yet, several recent works have proposed masking schemes that are based on alternative encoding functions. One such example is the inner product masking scheme that has been brought towards practice by recent research. In this work, we improvedoi:10.1007/978-3-319-70694-8_25 fatcat:yzgaebrnwvdglf533ok2py5aey