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Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are often deployed in hostile environments and, thus, nodes can be potentially captured by an adversary. This is a typical white-box attack context, i.e., the adversary may have total visibility of the implementation of the build-in cryptosystem and full control over its execution platform. Handling white-box attacks in a WSN scenario is a challenging task. Existing encryption algorithms for white-box attack contexts require large memory footprint and, hence, aredoi:10.1109/wcnc.2014.6952994 dblp:conf/wcnc/ShiH14 fatcat:b7qzxspq5rcnxiazgvri52dkve