Cryptology ePrint Archive: Report 2014/870

Dynamic Behavior of RS latches using FIB processing and probe connection

Naoya Torii and Dai Yamamoto and Masahiko Takenaka and Tsutomu Matsumoto

Abstract: PUF (Physically Unclonable Function) technologies attract attention as a candidate to prevent counterfeit chips. A latch PUF is known as a high performance PUF among various types of proposed PUFs. In this paper we describe an experiment on a dynamic attack to a latch PUF consisting of RS latches, such as measuring the latch output by a probe connection after a FIB (Focused Ion Beam) processing. As a result, we confirmed that the latch PUF using the RS latch has a tolerance for the dynamic analysis, because the RS latch output was influenced and changed by the FIB processing in our experiment.

Category / Keywords: Implementation / PUF, Physically Unclonable Function, latch, FIB

Date: received 22 Oct 2014, last revised 13 Sep 2016

Contact author: torii naoya at jp fujitsu com

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Note: Two data in the number of latches in Table 4 is correctly revision.

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