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On second-order fault analysis resistance for CRT-RSA implementations

Bibliographic reference Dottax, E. ; Giraud, C. ; Rivain, M. ; Sierra, Y.. On second-order fault analysis resistance for CRT-RSA implementations.Information Security Theory and Practice. Smart Devices, Pervasive Systems, and Ubiquitous Networks. Third IFIP WG11.2 International Workshop, WISTP 2009 (Brussels, Belgium, 1-4 September 2009). In: Markowitch, O.; Bilas, A.; Hoepman, J.-H.; Mitchell, C.J.; Quisquater, J.-J.;, Information Security Theory and Practice. Smart Devices, Pervasive Systems, and Ubiquitous Networks. Third IFIP WG11.2 International Workshop, WISTP 2009, Springer verlag2009, p. 68-83
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