Contact: Michael Gruber
Fault-attacks represent a major threat to the security of cryptographic embedded devices. By actively perturbing the activity of a device, data dependent faulty behaviour can be observed.
The information leaked by a faulty computation can be exploited using several methods, based on analytical, statistical approaches.
Theoretical Fault Attacks
- Differential Fault Attacks
- Statistical Fault Attacks
- Algebraic Fault Attacks
- Implementation of countermeasures against fault attacks
Practical Fault Attacks
- Electromagnetic Fault Injection
- Forward Body Bias Injection
- Localized Optical (low-cost) Fault Attacks
M. Gruber, M. Probst and M. Tempelmeier, Statistical Ineffective Fault Analysis of GIMLI 2020 IEEE International Symposium on Hardware Oriented Security and Trust (HOST), San Jose, CA, USA 2020
M. Gruber, M. Probst and M. Tempelmeier, Persistent Fault Analysis of OCB, DEOXYS and COLM, 2019 Workshop on Fault Diagnosis and Tolerance in Cryptography (FDTC), Atlanta, GA, USA, 2019, pp. 17-24. (slides, paper)
Gruber M., Selmke B. (2019) Differential Fault Attacks on KLEIN. In: Polian I., Stöttinger M. (eds) Constructive Side-Channel Analysis and Secure Design. COSADE 2019. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 11421. Springer, Cham (slides, paper)
Guillen O.M., Gruber M., De Santis F. (2017) Low-Cost Setup for Localized Semi-invasive Optical Fault Injection Attacks. In: Guilley S. (eds) Constructive Side-Channel Analysis and Secure Design. COSADE 2017. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 10348. Springer, Cham (code, slides, paper)
F. De Santis, O. M. Guillen, E. Sakic and G. Sigl, Ciphertext-Only Fault Attacks on PRESENT, to appear in Third International Workshop on Lightweight Cryptography for Security & Privacy (LightSec 2014), September 2014, Istanbul, Turkey.