Reliable Delay Based Algorithm to Boost PUF Security Against Modeling Attacks†
AbstractSilicon Physical Unclonable Functions (sPUFs) are one of the security primitives and state-of-the-art topics in hardware-oriented security and trust research. This paper presents an efficient and dynamic ring oscillator PUFs (d-ROPUFs) technique to improve sPUFs security against modeling attacks. In addition to enhancing the Entropy of weak ROPUF design, experimental results show that the proposed d-ROPUF technique allows the generation of larger and updated challenge-response pairs (CRP space) compared with simple ROPUF. Additionally, an innovative hardware-oriented security algorithm, namely, the Optimal Time Delay Algorithm (OTDA), is proposed. It is demonstrated that the OTDA algorithm significantly improves PUF reliability under varying operating conditions. Further, it is shown that the OTDA further efficiently enhances the d-ROPUF capability to generate a considerably large set of reliable secret keys to protect the PUF structure from new cyber-attacks, including machine learning and modeling attacks. View Full-Text
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Amsaad, F.; Niamat, M.; Dawoud, A.; Kose, S. Reliable Delay Based Algorithm to Boost PUF Security Against Modeling Attacks. Information 2018, 9, 224.
Amsaad F, Niamat M, Dawoud A, Kose S. Reliable Delay Based Algorithm to Boost PUF Security Against Modeling Attacks. Information. 2018; 9(9):224.Chicago/Turabian Style
Amsaad, Fathi; Niamat, Mohammed; Dawoud, Amer; Kose, Selcuk. 2018. "Reliable Delay Based Algorithm to Boost PUF Security Against Modeling Attacks." Information 9, no. 9: 224.
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