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Profiling Power Analysis Attack Based on MLP in DPA Contest V4.2

MARTINÁSEK, Z. DZURENDA, P. MALINA, L.

Originální název

Profiling Power Analysis Attack Based on MLP in DPA Contest V4.2

Anglický název

Profiling Power Analysis Attack Based on MLP in DPA Contest V4.2

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

DPA (Differential Power Analysis) Contest is well-known international framework that allows researchers to compare their power analysis attacks under the same conditions. The latest version of DPA Contest V4.2 provides an improved software implementation of the Rotating Sbox Masking (RSM) scheme. The improved RSM combines low-entropy boolean masking with the shuffling technique to protect AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) implementation on a smart card. The improvements were designed based on the lacks that were analyzed during the previous DPA Contest V4.1. Therefore, this new implementation should resist most of the proposed attacks to the origin RSM implementation. In this article, we proposed and implemented profiling power analysis attack that aimed improved RSM implementation and is based on template attack and MLP attack (multy-layer perceptorn).

Anglický abstrakt

DPA (Differential Power Analysis) Contest is well-known international framework that allows researchers to compare their power analysis attacks under the same conditions. The latest version of DPA Contest V4.2 provides an improved software implementation of the Rotating Sbox Masking (RSM) scheme. The improved RSM combines low-entropy boolean masking with the shuffling technique to protect AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) implementation on a smart card. The improvements were designed based on the lacks that were analyzed during the previous DPA Contest V4.1. Therefore, this new implementation should resist most of the proposed attacks to the origin RSM implementation. In this article, we proposed and implemented profiling power analysis attack that aimed improved RSM implementation and is based on template attack and MLP attack (multy-layer perceptorn).

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@inproceedings{BUT126645,
  author="Zdeněk {Martinásek} and Petr {Dzurenda} and Lukáš {Malina}",
  title="Profiling Power Analysis Attack Based on MLP in DPA Contest V4.2",
  annote="DPA (Differential Power Analysis) Contest is well-known international framework that allows researchers to compare their power analysis attacks under the same conditions. The latest version of DPA Contest V4.2 provides an improved software implementation of the Rotating Sbox Masking (RSM) scheme. The improved RSM combines low-entropy boolean masking with the shuffling technique to protect AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) implementation on a smart card. The improvements were designed based on the lacks that were analyzed during the previous DPA Contest V4.1. Therefore, this new implementation should resist most of the proposed attacks to the origin RSM implementation. In this article, we proposed and implemented profiling power analysis attack that aimed improved RSM implementation and is based on template attack and MLP attack (multy-layer perceptorn).",
  booktitle="39th International Conference on Telecommunications and Signal Processing (TSP)",
  chapter="126645",
  doi="10.1109/TSP.2016.7760865",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2016",
  month="may",
  pages="223--226",
  type="conference paper"
}