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Appl. Sci., Volume 10, Issue 11 (June-1 2020) – 391 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Traditional fault injection systems utilized an artificial trigger close to a target operation. [...] Read more. Traditional fault injection systems utilized an artificial trigger close to a target operation. These have the disadvantage that an attacker assumptions are strong to perform fault injection attacks against commercial devices. In this paper, we proposed a novel fault injection system using Input / Output (I/O) signals of target devices as a trigger for relaxing an attacker assumption. Using the proposed system, it is possible to perform the fault injection attack on commercial devices such as a smart card, that are difficult to generate artificial triggers. Therefore, this paper contributed to make the fault injection attack more realistic. View this paper.