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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Evaluating the security level of a leaking implementation against side-channel attacks is a challenging task. This is especially true when countermeasures such as masking are implemented since in this case: (i) the amount of measurements to perform a key recovery may become prohibitive for certification laboratories, and (ii) applying optimal (multivariate) attacks may be computationally intensive and technically challenging. In this paper, we show that by taking advantage of the tightness ofdoi:10.1007/978-3-319-78375-8_13 fatcat:7nfrs7mc2jh35ovsjw7m6suqay