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SALWARE: Salutary Hardware to design Trusted IC.

Lilian Bossuet

Abstract

Fabless semiconductor industries are facing the rise of design costs of integrated circuits. This rise is link to the technology change and the complexity increasing. It follows that integrated circuits have become targets of counterfeiting and theft. The SALWARE project aims to study (theoretically and experimentally) salutary hardware design in order to fight against theft, illegal cloning and counterfeiting of integrated circuits. Salutary hardware means an embedded hardware system, hardly detectable / circumvented, inserted in an integrated circuit or a virtual component (Intellectual Property), used to provide intellectual property information (eg watermarking or hardware license) and / or to remotely activate the circuit or IP after manufacture and during use.
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ujm-00833871 , version 1 (13-06-2013)

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Lilian Bossuet, David Hely. SALWARE: Salutary Hardware to design Trusted IC.. Workshop on Trustworthy Manufacturing and Utilization of Secure Devices, TRUDEVICE 2013, May 2013, Avignon, France. ⟨ujm-00833871⟩
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