Wax on, Wax off: How to mitigate Hardware Attacks Speaker: Jasper van Woudenberg
Side channel and fault attacks are moving out of the labs and into the basements, with the availability of off-the-shelf attack hardware. Especially for unprotected microcontrollers, but certainly also for more complex SoCs, these attacks can circumvent many security features, such as secure boot and hardware accelerated crypto. Luckily, there are things you can do to mitigate such attacks, even in software. This talk will briefly touch upon what side channel and fault attacks are, and will include an overview of publicly available (software) code patterns that can serve as countermeasures. I’ll show some simulation results on good and bad countermeasures. Finally, this talk comes with a new and improved, superextra bonus section on automotive ECU (countermeasure) research from this year.
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4-Day Hardware Hacking, Reversing and Instrumentation
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