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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
A Physically Unclonable Function (PUF) is a unique and stable physical characteristic of a piece of hardware, which emerges due to variations in the fabrication processes. Prior works have demonstrated that PUFs are a promising cryptographic primitive to enable secure key storage, hardware-based device authentication and identification. So far, most PUF constructions require addition of new hardware or FPGA implementations for their operation. Recently, intrinsic PUFs, which can be found indoi:10.1007/978-3-662-53140-2_21 fatcat:3tpuyvnymvg4tfnpqzjz7fkjp4