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In 1998, Boneh, Durfee and Frankel introduced partial key exposure attacks, a novel application of Coppersmith's method, to retrieve an RSA private key given only a fraction of its bits. This type of attacks is of particular interest in the context of side-channel attacks. By applying the exponent blinding technique as a countermeasure for side-channel attacks, the private exponent becomes randomized at each execution. Thus the attacker has to rely only on a single trace, significantlydoi:10.5220/0005571701360147 dblp:conf/secrypt/CimatoMS15 fatcat:z4xlwabdrvadblonvhaln6izvy