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In this paper we present a method of attacking public-key cryptosystems (PKCs) on tamper resistant devices. The attack makes use of transient faults and seems applicable to many types of PKCs. In particular, we show how to attack the RSA, the E1Gamal signature scheme, the Schnorr signature scheme, and the DSA. We also present some possible methods to counter the attack.
5th International Workshop: Proceedings International Workshop on Security Protocols, Paris, France, 1997 April 7–9
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BAO, F.; DENG, Robert H.; HAN, Y.; JENG, A.; NARASIMHALU, A. D.; and NGAIR, T..
Breaking public key cryptosystems on tamper resistant devices in the presence of transient faults. (2005). 5th International Workshop: Proceedings International Workshop on Security Protocols, Paris, France, 1997 April 7–9. 115-124. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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