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Higher Order Side-Channel Attacks Resilient S-boxes
Authors: Liran Lerman, Stjepan Picek, Nikita Veshchikov, Olivier MarkowitchAbstract:
Masking schemes represent a well-researched and successful option to follow when considering side-channel countermeasures. Still, such measures increase the implementation cost in term of power consumption, clock cycles, and random numbers generation. In fact, the higher the order of protection against side-channel adversaries, the higher the implementation cost of countermeasures. S-boxes represent the most vulnerable part in an implementation when considering side-channel adversary. In this paper, we investigate how to generate S-boxes that have improved resilience against varying orders of side-channel attacks while minimising the implementation costs. We examine whether S-boxes generated against a certain order of attack also represent a good solution when considering different order of attacks. We demonstrate that we successfully generated S-boxes resilient against a certain physical attack order but the improvements are small. As a result, S-boxes that are resilient against first order attacks stay resilient against higher-order attacks, which saves computational power during the design of higher-order side-channel attacks resilient S-boxes.
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