Etude de la sécurité d’algorithmes de cryptographie embarquée vis-à-vis des attaques par analyse de la consommation de courant

Abstract : Cryptography is taking an ever more important part in the life of societies since the users are realising the importance to secure the different aspects of life from citizens means of payment, communication and records of private life to the national securities and armies. During the last twenty years we learned that to mathematically secure cryptography algorithms is not enough because of the vulnerabilities brought by their implementations in a device through an alternative means to get information: side channels. Whether it is from power consumption, time or electromagnetic emissions ... those biases have been evaluated and, since their discovery, the researches of new attacks follow new countermeasures in order to guarantee security of algorithms. This thesis is part of this process and shows several research works about attacks and countermeasures in the fields of side channel and fault injections analysis. The first part is about classic contributions where an attacker wants to recover a secret key when the second part deals with the less studied field of secret specifications recovery.
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Antoine Wurcker. Etude de la sécurité d’algorithmes de cryptographie embarquée vis-à-vis des attaques par analyse de la consommation de courant. Cryptographie et sécurité [cs.CR]. Université de Limoges, 2015. Français. ⟨NNT : 2015LIMO0068⟩. ⟨tel-01270173⟩

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