ECE 793 SEMINAR
Electrical & Computer Engineering Dept.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute, CRIS Lab
Visiting Researcher, Ruhr-Universitat Bochum, COSY Group
Visiting Professor, Dept. of Computer Eng., Bilkent University
Where: Marston 132
An active side channel attack such as differential fault analysis (DFA)
relies on the manifestation of injected faults as erroneous results
which can then be observed at the output of the device.
There is therefore, an urgent need for a robust error detection scheme.
In this talk we present a scheme for robust multi-precision arithmetic
over the positive integers, protected by a novel family of non-linear
arithmetic residue codes.
These codes are attractive due to their data dependency and
asymptotically low probability of missing errors making it nearly
impossible for an adversary to successfully inject faults that are
missed by the error detection circuit.