Side Channel Attack

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Side Channel Attack

What is Side Channel Attack

A security vulnerability known as a side-channel attack (SCA) aims to steal information from a chip or a system. By measuring or examining numerous physical factors, this can be accomplished. Supply current, execution time, and electromagnetic emission are among the examples. Modules that incorporate cryptographic systems are seriously threatened by these assaults. In fact, numerous side-channel analysis methods have succeeded in decrypting a cryptographic operation that was algorithmically secure and obtaining the secret key.


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