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A Note on the Bivariate Coppersmith Theorem Coron, Jean-Sébastien ; ; Tibouchi, Mehdi in Journal of Cryptology (2013), 26(2), 246-250 Detailed reference viewed: 117 (2 UL)Practical Multilinear Maps over the Integers Coron, Jean-Sébastien ; Lepoint, Tancrède ; Tibouchi, Mehdi in CRYPTO (1) (2013) Detailed reference viewed: 149 (3 UL)Batch Fully Homomorphic Encryption over the Integers ; Coron, Jean-Sébastien ; et al in EUROCRYPT (2013) Detailed reference viewed: 168 (0 UL)Public Key Compression and Modulus Switching for Fully Homomorphic Encryption over the Integers Coron, Jean-Sébastien ; ; Tibouchi, Mehdi in EUROCRYPT (2012) Detailed reference viewed: 158 (0 UL)Conversion of Security Proofs from One Leakage Model to Another: A New Issue Coron, Jean-Sébastien ; ; et al in Proceedings of COSADE 2012 (2012) To guarantee the security of a cryptographic implementation against Side Channel Attacks, a common approach is to formally prove the security of the corresponding scheme in a model as pertinent as ... [more ▼] To guarantee the security of a cryptographic implementation against Side Channel Attacks, a common approach is to formally prove the security of the corresponding scheme in a model as pertinent as possible. Nowadays, security proofs for masking schemes in the literature are usually conducted for models where only the manipulated data are assumed to leak. However in practice, the leakage is better modeled encompassing the memory transitions as e.g. the Hamming distance model. From this observation, a natural question is to decide at which extent a countermeasure proved to be secure in the first model stays secure in the second. In this paper, we look at this issue and we show that it must definitely be taken into account. Indeed, we show that a countermeasure proved to be secure against second-order side-channel attacks in the first model becomes vulnerable against a first-order side-channel attack in the second model. Our result emphasize the issue of porting an implementation from devices leaking only on the manipulated data to devices leaking on the memory transitions. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 135 (8 UL)Fully Homomorphic Encryption over the Integers with Shorter Public Keys Coron, Jean-Sébastien ; Mandal, Avradip ; et al in CRYPTO (2011) Detailed reference viewed: 147 (0 UL)Improved Generic Algorithms for Hard Knapsacks ; Coron, Jean-Sébastien ; in EUROCRYPT (2011) Detailed reference viewed: 123 (0 UL)A Domain Extender for the Ideal Cipher Coron, Jean-Sébastien ; ; Mandal, Avradip et al in Proceedings of TCC 2010 (2010) We describe the first domain extender for ideal ciphers, i.e. we show a construction that is indifferentiable from a 2n-bit ideal cipher, given a n-bit ideal cipher. Our construction is based on a 3-round ... [more ▼] We describe the first domain extender for ideal ciphers, i.e. we show a construction that is indifferentiable from a 2n-bit ideal cipher, given a n-bit ideal cipher. Our construction is based on a 3-round Feistel, and is more efficient than first building a n-bit random oracle from a n-bit ideal cipher (as in [9]) and then a 2n-bit ideal cipher from a n-bit random oracle (as in [10], using a 6-round Feistel). We also show that 2 rounds are not enough for indifferentiability by exhibiting a simple attack. We also consider our construction in the standard model: we show that 2 rounds are enough to get a 2n-bit tweakable block-cipher from a n-bit tweakable block-cipher and we show that with 3 rounds we can get beyond the birthday security bound. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 117 (0 UL)Analysis and Improvement of the Random Delay Countermeasure of CHES 2009 Coron, Jean-Sébastien ; Kizhvatov, Ilya in Proceedings of CHES 2010 (2010) Random delays are often inserted in embedded software to protect against side-channel and fault attacks. At CHES 2009 a new method for generation of random delays was described that increases the attacker ... [more ▼] Random delays are often inserted in embedded software to protect against side-channel and fault attacks. At CHES 2009 a new method for generation of random delays was described that increases the attacker's uncertainty about the position of sensitive operations. In this paper we show that the CHES 2009 method is less secure than claimed. We describe an improved method for random delay generation which does not suffer from the same security weakness. We also show that the paper's criterion to measure the security of random delays can be misleading, so we introduce a new criterion for random delays which is directly connected to the number of acquisitions required to break an implementation. We mount a power analysis attack against an 8-bit implementation of the improved method verifying its higher security in practice. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 118 (0 UL)Efficient Indifferentiable Hashing into Ordinary Elliptic Curves ; Coron, Jean-Sébastien ; Icart, Thomas et al in CRYPTO (2010) Detailed reference viewed: 125 (0 UL)PSS Is Secure against Random Fault Attacks Coron, Jean-Sébastien ; Mandal, Avradip in Proceedings of Asiacrypt 2009 (2009) A fault attack consists in inducing hardware malfunctions in order to recover secrets from electronic devices. One of the most famous fault attack is Bellcore’s attack against RSA with CRT; it consists in ... [more ▼] A fault attack consists in inducing hardware malfunctions in order to recover secrets from electronic devices. One of the most famous fault attack is Bellcore’s attack against RSA with CRT; it consists in inducing a fault modulo p but not modulo q at signature generation step; then by taking a gcd the attacker can recover the factorization of N?=?pq. The Bellcore attack applies to any encoding function that is deterministic, for example FDH. Recently, the attack was extended to randomized encodings based on the iso/iec 9796-2 signature standard. Extending the attack to other randomized encodings remains an open problem. In this paper, we show that the Bellcore attack cannot be applied to the PSS encoding; namely we show that PSS is provably secure against random fault attacks in the random oracle model, assuming that inverting RSA is hard. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 106 (0 UL)Fault Attacks on RSA Signatures with Partially Unknown Messages Coron, Jean-Sébastien ; ; Kizhvatov, Ilya et al in Proceedings of CHES 2009 (2009) Fault attacks exploit hardware malfunctions to recover secrets from embedded electronic devices. In the late 90’s, Boneh, DeMillo and Lipton introduced fault-based attacks on CRt-RSA. These attacks factor ... [more ▼] Fault attacks exploit hardware malfunctions to recover secrets from embedded electronic devices. In the late 90’s, Boneh, DeMillo and Lipton introduced fault-based attacks on CRt-RSA. These attacks factor the signer’s modulus when the message padding function is deterministic. However, the attack does not apply when the message is partially unknown, for example when messages contain some randomness which is recovered only when verifying a correct signature. In this paper we successfully extends rsa fault attacks to a large class of partially known message configurations. The new attacks rely on Coppersmith’s algorithm for finding small roots of multivariate polynomial equations. We illustrate the approach by successfully attacking several randomized versions of the ISO/IEC 9796-2 encoding standard. Practical experiments show that a 2048-bit modulus can be factored in less than a minute given one faulty signature containing 160 random bits and an unknown 160-bit message digest. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 136 (0 UL)Practical Cryptanalysis of ISO/IEC 9796-2 and EMV Signatures Coron, Jean-Sébastien ; ; Tibouchi, Mehdi et al in Proceedings of CRYPTO 2009 (2009) In 1999, Coron, Naccache and Stern discovered an existential signature forgery for two popular RSA signature standards, ISO/IEC 9796-1 and 2. Following this attack ISO/IEC 9796-1 was withdrawn. ISO/IEC ... [more ▼] In 1999, Coron, Naccache and Stern discovered an existential signature forgery for two popular RSA signature standards, ISO/IEC 9796-1 and 2. Following this attack ISO/IEC 9796-1 was withdrawn. ISO/IEC 9796-2 was amended by increasing the message digest to at least 160 bits. Attacking this amended version required at least 2^{61} operations. In this paper, we exhibit algorithmic refinements allowing to attack the amended (currently valid) version of ISO/IEC 9796-2 for all modulus sizes. A practical forgery was computed in only two days using 19 servers on the Amazon EC2 grid for a total cost of $\simeq$ US$800. The forgery was implemented for e?= 2 but attacking odd exponents will not take longer. The forgery was computed for the RSA-2048 challenge modulus, whose factorization is still unknown. The new attack blends several theoretical tools. These do not change the asymptotic complexity of Coron et al.’s technique but significantly accelerate it for parameter values previously considered beyond reach. While less efficient (US$45,000), the acceleration also extends to EMV signatures. EMV is an ISO/IEC 9796-2-compliant format with extra redundancy. Luckily, this attack does not threaten any of the 730 million EMV payment cards in circulation for operational reasons. Costs are per modulus: after a first forgery for a given modulus, obtaining more forgeries is virtually immediate. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 135 (9 UL)Analysis of the split mask countermeasure for embedded systems Coron, Jean-Sébastien ; Kizhvatov, Ilya in 4th Workshop on Embedded Systems Security (2009) We analyze a countermeasure against differential power and electromagnetic attacks that was recently introduced under the name of split mask. We show a general weakness of the split mask countermeasure ... [more ▼] We analyze a countermeasure against differential power and electromagnetic attacks that was recently introduced under the name of split mask. We show a general weakness of the split mask countermeasure that makes standard DPA attacks with a full key recovery applicable to masked AES and DES implementations. Complexity of the attacks is the same as for unmasked implementations. We implement the most efficient attack on an 8-bit AVR microcontroller. We also show that the strengthened variant of the countermeasure is susceptible to a second order DPA attack independently of the number of used mask tables. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 108 (0 UL)An Efficient Method for Random Delay Generation in Embedded Software Coron, Jean-Sébastien ; Kizhvatov, Ilya in Proceedings of CHES 2009 (2009) Random delays are a countermeasure against a range of side channel and fault attacks that is often implemented in embedded software. We propose a new method for generation of random delays and a criterion ... [more ▼] Random delays are a countermeasure against a range of side channel and fault attacks that is often implemented in embedded software. We propose a new method for generation of random delays and a criterion for measuring the efficiency of a random delay countermeasure. We implement this new method along with the existing ones on an 8-bit platform and mount practical side-channel attacks against the implementations. We show that the new method is significantly more secure in practice than the previously published solutions and also more lightweight. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 129 (0 UL)The Random Oracle Model and the Ideal Cipher Model Are Equivalent Coron, Jean-Sébastien ; ; in Advances in Cryptography (2008) Detailed reference viewed: 121 (3 UL)A New DPA Countermeasure Based on Permutation Tables Coron, Jean-Sébastien in Advances in Cryptography (2008) Detailed reference viewed: 118 (1 UL)Attack and Improvement of a Secure S-Box Calculation Based on the Fourier Transform Coron, Jean-Sébastien ; ; et al in Advances in Cryptography (2008) Detailed reference viewed: 105 (0 UL)Cryptanalysis of ISO/IEC 9796-1 ; Coron, Jean-Sébastien ; et al in Journal of Cryptology (2008), 21(1), 2751 Detailed reference viewed: 69 (0 UL) |
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