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A Resource Binding Approach to Logic Obfuscation*
TimeTuesday, December 7th11:30am - 12:00pm PST
Location3014
Event Type
Research Manuscript
Virtual Programs
Presented In-Person
Keywords
Hardware Security: Primitives, Architecture, Design & Test
Topics
Security
DescriptionLogic locking counters security threats during IC fabrication. Research has identified a trade-off between 2 goals of locking, error injection and SAT attack resilience. As a result, locking often cannot inject sufficient error to impact an IC while maintaining SAT resilience. We propose using architectural context available during resource binding to co-design architectures/locking configurations with high corruption and SAT resilience. We propose 2 security-focused binding/locking algorithms and apply them to bind/lock 11 MediaBench benchmarks. These circuits showed a 26x and 99x increase in the application errors of a fixed locking configuration while maintaining SAT resilience and incurring minimal design overhead.