Nov. 17, 2023, 1:54 a.m. |


ePrint Report: A Comprehensive Survey on Non-Invasive Fault Injection Attacks

Amit Mazumder Shuvo, Tao Zhang, Farimah Farahmandi, Mark Tehranipoor

Non-invasive fault injection attacks have emerged as significant threats to a spectrum of microelectronic systems ranging from commodity devices to high-end customized processors. Unlike their invasive counterparts, these attacks are more affordable and can exploit system vulnerabilities without altering the hardware physically. Furthermore, certain non-invasive fault injection strategies allow for remote vulnerability exploitation without the requirement of physical proximity. However, existing …

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