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The cryptographic hash function SHA-256 is one member of the SHA-2 hash family, which was proposed in 2000 and was standardized by NIST in 2002 as a successor of SHA-1. Although the differential fault attack on SHA-1compression function has been proposed, it seems hard to be directly adapted to SHA-256. In this paper, an efficient algebraic fault attack on SHA-256 compression function is proposed under the word-oriented random fault model. During the attack, an automatic tool STP is exploited,doi:10.7815/ijorcs.42.2014.079 fatcat:iduwq7nv65h3pbfpmmxgfr23ju