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Physical Unclonable Functions in Theory and Practice

by Christoph Böhm

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Published by Springer New York, Imprint: Springer in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Systems engineering,
  • Circuits and Systems,
  • Systems and Data Security,
  • Instrumentation Electronics and Microelectronics,
  • Data structures (Computer science),
  • Data Structures,
  • Engineering,
  • Data protection,
  • Electronics

  • About the Edition

    In Physical Unclonable Functions in Theory and Practice, the authors present an in-depth overview of various topics concerning PUFs, providing theoretical background and application details. This book concentrates on the practical issues of PUF hardware design, focusing on dedicated microelectronic PUF circuits.

    Additionally, the authors discuss the whole process of circuit design, layout and chip verification. The book also offers coverage of:

    • Different published approaches focusing on dedicated microelectronic PUF circuits
    • Specification of PUF circuits and different error rate reducing pre-selection techniques
    • General design issues and minimizing error rate from the circuit’s perspective
    • Transistor modeling issues of Montecarlo mismatch simulation and solutions
    • Examples of PUF circuits including an accurate description of the circuits and testing/measurement results

    This monograph gives insight into PUFs in general and provides knowledge in the field of PUF circuit design and implementation. It could be of interest for all circuit designers confronted with PUF design, and also for professionals and students being introduced to the topic.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Christoph Böhm, Maximilian Hofer
    ContributionsHofer, Maximilian, SpringerLink (Online service)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK7888.4
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    PaginationXVIII, 270 p. 217 illus., 146 illus. in color.
    Number of Pages270
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27080898M
    ISBN 109781461450405

    Welcome to Hardware security. Today we are going to talk about the physical unclonable functions or PUF in short. This is a hot topic in hardware security. Lets start with the definition. PUF is a function that is based on a certain physical system. Using this physical system it is very easy to evaluate the PUF. Due to the low cost and limited resources, most ZigBee devices store their secret keys in plaintext. In this paper, we focus on protecting the storage of ZigBee secret keys and show how Physical Unclonable Functions (PUFs) can help the ZigBee devices to be robust tamper-resistant against the physical Author: Fadi Farha, Huansheng Ning, Hong Liu, Laurence T. Yang, Liming Chen.

    in the very beginning of the twenty rst century, rst as physical one-way functions [38, 39], physical random functions [12] and nally as physical(ly) unclonable functions or PUFs1. In the years following this introduction, an increasing number of new types of PUFs were proposed, with a tendency towards more integrated constructions. Physically unclonable functions or PUFs are iovative physical security primi - tives which produce unclonable and inherent instaspific measurements of physical objts; PUFs are in many ways the inanimate equivalent of biomet rics for human beings. Sie ty .

    Physical Unclonable Functions (PUFs) enable the generation of device-unique, on-chip, and digital identifiers by exploiting the manufacturing process variation. The past decade has seen an extensive effort in PUF design. Yet, most PUF constructions are regarded as stand-alone hardware building by: 6. The separation design and fabrication process in the semiconductor industry leads to potential threats such as trojan side-channels (TSCs). In this paper we design a new family of TSCs from physical unclonable functions (PUFs). In particular, a dedicated attack on the PRESENT block cipher is described by using our PUF-based by: 7.


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This book concentrates on the practical issues of PUF hardware design, focusing on dedicated microelectronic PUF circuits. springer, In Physical Unclonable Functions in Theory and Practice, the authors present an in-depth overview of various topics concerning PUFs, providing theoretical background and application details.

This book concentrates on the practical issues of PUF hardware design, focusing on dedicated microelectronic PUF onally, the authors discuss the whole process of circuit design.

In Physical Unclonable Functions in Theory and Practice, the authors present an in-depth overview of various topics concerning PUFs, providing theoretical background and application details.

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This book concentrates on the practical issues of PUF hardware design, focusing on dedicated microelectronic PUF circuits. Additionally, the authors discuss the whole process of circuit design, layout and.

In Physical Unclonable Functions in Theory and Practice, the authors present an in-depth overview of various topics concerning PUFs, providing theoretical background and application details. This. In Physical Unclonable Functions in Theory and Practice, the authors present an in-depth overview of various topics concerning PUFs, providing theoretical background and application details.

This book concentrates on the practical issues of PUF hardware design, focusing on dedicated microelectronic PUF onally, the authors discuss the whole process of circuit design, layout and.

Physically Unclonable Functions: Constructions, Properties and Applications Roel Maes (auth.) Physically unclonable functions (PUFs) are innovative physical security primitives that produce unclonable and inherent instance-specific measurements of physical objects; in many ways they are the inanimate equivalent of biometrics for human beings.

Physically Unclonable Functions: A Study on the State of the Art and Future Research Directions. first as physical one-way functions [41, 42], physical random functions [13], and finally as.

This book investigates the susceptibility of intrinsic physically unclonable function (PUF) implementations on reconfigurable hardware to optical semi-invasive attacks from the chip backside. It explores different classes of optical attacks, particularly photonic emission analysis, laser fault injection, and optical contactless probing.

Physical Unclonable Functions and Applications Srini Devadas Contributors: Dwaine Clarke, Blaise Gassend, Daihyun Lim, Jaewook Lee, Marten van Dijk Problem: Storing digital information in a device in a way that is resistant to physical attack is difficult and expensive.

IBM Tamper-proof package containing a secure processor which has a File Size: 2MB. In Physical Unclonable Functions in Theory and Practice, the authors present an in-depth overview of various topics concerning PUFs, providing theoretical background and application details. This book concentrates on the practical issues of PUF hardware design, focusing on Book Edition: Ed.

A physical unclonable function (sometimes also called physically unclonable function, which refers to a weaker security metric), or PUF, is a physical object that for a given input and conditions (challenge), provides a physically-defined "digital fingerprint" output (response) that serves as a unique identifier, most often for a semiconductor device such as a microprocessor.

We show in this paper how several proposed Physical Unclonable Functions (PUFs) can be broken by numerical modeling attacks. Given a set of challenge-response pairs (CRPs) of a PUF, our attacks construct a computer algorithm which behaves indistinguishably from.

Security, Theory, Design Keywords Physical Unclonable Functions, Machine Learning, Crypt-analysis, Physical Cryptography CCS’10, October 4–8,Chicago, Illinois, USA. INTRODUCTION Motivation and Background Electronic devices are now pervasive in our everyday life. They are an accessible target for adversaries, which raises aFile Size: KB.

Within the last decade, Physical Unclonable Functions (PUFs) - a physical feature of an object that it is practically impossible to duplicate, even by the manufacturer - have been proven an innovative approach for the successful solution of the aforementioned by:.

practice due to e.g., technical or cost limitations [1]. Silicon physical unclonable functions (PUFs) [2], [3] provide an alternative. PUFs can replace the functionality of the NVM based keys while increasing the security level of cryptographic key storage using standard CMOS .Physical Unclonable Functions in Cryptographic Protocols: Security Proofs and Impossibility Results Marten van Dijk Ulrich Rührmair Ap Abstract We investigate the power of physical unclonable functions (PUFs) as a new primitive in cryptographic Cited by: Combatting counterfeits requires incorporation of uncopiable or unclonable features in each and every product.

By exploiting the inherent randomness of stochastic processes, an optical authentication system based on physical unclonable functions (PUFs) was developed. The system relies on placing unique tags—PUF-tags—on the individual by: 6.