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Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems - CHES 2006 8th International Workshop, Yokohama, Japan, October 10-13, 2006. Proceedings / [electronic resource] : edited by Louis Goubin, Mitsuru Matsui. - XII, 462 p. online resource. - Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 4249 0302-9743 ; . - Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 4249 .

Side Channels I -- Template Attacks in Principal Subspaces -- Templates vs. Stochastic Methods -- Towards Security Limits in Side-Channel Attacks -- Low Resources -- HIGHT: A New Block Cipher Suitable for Low-Resource Device -- Invited Talk I -- Integer Factoring Utilizing PC Cluster -- Hardware Attacks and Countermeasures I -- Optically Enhanced Position-Locked Power Analysis -- Pinpointing the Side-Channel Leakage of Masked AES Hardware Implementations -- A Generalized Method of Differential Fault Attack Against AES Cryptosystem -- Special Purpose Hardware -- Breaking Ciphers with COPACOBANA –A Cost-Optimized Parallel Code Breaker -- Implementing the Elliptic Curve Method of Factoring in Reconfigurable Hardware -- Efficient Algorithms for Embedded Processors -- Implementing Cryptographic Pairings on Smartcards -- SPA-Resistant Scalar Multiplication on Hyperelliptic Curve Cryptosystems Combining Divisor Decomposition Technique and Joint Regular Form -- Fast Generation of Prime Numbers on Portable Devices: An Update -- Side Channels II -- A Proposition for Correlation Power Analysis Enhancement -- High-Resolution Side-Channel Attack Using Phase-Based Waveform Matching -- Cache-Collision Timing Attacks Against AES -- Provably Secure S-Box Implementation Based on Fourier Transform -- Invited Talk II -- The Outer Limits of RFID Security -- Hardware Attacks and Countermeasures II -- Three-Phase Dual-Rail Pre-charge Logic -- Dual-Rail Random Switching Logic: A Countermeasure to Reduce Side Channel Leakage -- Security Evaluation of DPA Countermeasures Using Dual-Rail Pre-charge Logic Style -- Efficient Hardware I -- Instruction Set Extensions for Efficient AES Implementation on 32-bit Processors -- NanoCMOS-Molecular Realization of Rijndael -- Improving SHA-2 Hardware Implementations -- Trusted Computing -- Offline Hardware/Software Authentication for Reconfigurable Platforms -- Side Channels III -- Why One Should Also Secure RSA Public Key Elements -- Power Attack on Small RSA Public Exponent -- Unified Point Addition Formulæ and Side-Channel Attacks -- Hardware Attacks and Countermeasures III -- Read-Proof Hardware from Protective Coatings -- Path Swapping Method to Improve DPA Resistance of Quasi Delay Insensitive Asynchronous Circuits -- Automated Design of Cryptographic Devices Resistant to Multiple Side-Channel Attacks -- Invited Talk III -- Challenges for Trusted Computing -- Efficient Hardware II -- Superscalar Coprocessor for High-Speed Curve-Based Cryptography -- Hardware/Software Co-design of Elliptic Curve Cryptography on an 8051 Microcontroller -- FPGA Implementation of Point Multiplication on Koblitz Curves Using Kleinian Integers.

These are the proceedings of the Eighth Workshop on Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems (CHES 2006) held in Yokohama, Japan, October 10-13, 2006. The CHES workshophas been sponsored by the International Association for Cryptographic Research (IACR) since 2004. The ?rst and the second CHES workshops were held in Worcester in 1999 and 2000, respectively, followed by Paris in 2001, San Francisco Bay Area in 2002, Cologne in 2003, Boston in 2004 and Edinburgh in 2005. This is the ?rst CHES workshop held in Asia. This year,a totalof 112 paper submissionswerereceived.The reviewprocess was therefore a delicate and challenging task for the Program Committee m- bers. Each paper was carefully read by at least three reviewers, and submissions with a Program Committee member as a (co-)author by at least ?ve reviewers. The review process concluded with a two week Web discussion process which resulted in 32 papers being selected for presentation. Unfortunately, there were a number of good papers that could not be included in the program due to a lack of space. We would like to thank all the authors who submitted papers to CHES 2006. In addition to regular presentations, we were very fortunate to have in the programthreeexcellentinvitedtalksgivenbyKazumaroAoki(NTT)on“Integer Factoring Utilizing PC Cluster,” Ari Juels (RSA Labs) on “The Outer Limits of RFID Security” and Ahmad Sadeghi (Ruhr University Bochum) on “Challenges for Trusted Computing.” The program also included a rump session, chaired by Christof Paar, featuring informal presentations on recent results.

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Computer science.
Logic design.
Computer communication systems.
Special purpose computers.
Operating systems (Computers).
Data encryption (Computer science).
Management information systems.
Computer Science.
Data Encryption.
Computer Communication Networks.
Special Purpose and Application-Based Systems.
Logic Design.
Operating Systems.
Management of Computing and Information Systems.

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