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REASSURE (H2020 731591) ECC Dataset

Lukasz Chmielewski

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  "publisher": "Zenodo", 
  "DOI": "10.5281/zenodo.3609789", 
  "title": "REASSURE (H2020 731591) ECC Dataset", 
  "issued": {
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  "abstract": "<p>Datasets collection for ECC (C25519) side-channel traces, as part of REASSURE H2020 731591 project.</p>\n\n<p>The set &ldquo;REASSURE_c25519_arithm_6k + PatternExtract From 5997 traces + StaticAlign.trs&rdquo; contains electromagnetic traces coming from 5997 executions of Curve25519 $\\mu$NaCl Montgomery Ladder scalar multiplication:<br>\n<a href=\";;sdata=m8uJEnfiU%2BAw7s%2Bt%2BKX%2Fgf8RcJM849UH2p2%2B%2FGHJtOs%3D&amp;reserved=0\"></a><br>\nrunning on the Pi\\~{n}ata target:<br>\n<a href=\";;sdata=39fNqShJ8l5BoZ4HMtHLgviylORABJyq4Ri1wOQGpOI%3D&amp;reserved=0\"></a><br>\nwhich is a 32-bit STM32F4 microcontroller with an ARM-based architecture, running at the clock frequency of 168 MHz.<br>\n<br>\nThe implementation employs arithmetic-based conditional swap and is additionally protected with projective coordinate re-randomization and scalar randomization.<br>\nEach trace from the dataset represent a single iteration of the Montgomery Ladder scalar multiplication that is cut from the whole execution trace; such trace is labeled with the corresponding cswap condition bit.<br>\nObserve that a full scalar can be trivially recovered from the cswap condition bits used in the 255 Montgomery Ladder iterations.<br>\nFurthermore, all these cut traces (5997*255=1529235) are aligned to exploit the leakage efficiently.<br>\nDetails about the implementation and how the traces are aligned are in:<br>\n<a href=\";;sdata=i3GZpv26FuYFwvOSxGjtXm2EU%2Be5xy5XCHEw%2BkrDuKE%3D&amp;reserved=0\"></a><br>\n<br>\nThe set &ldquo;REASSURE_c25519_arithm_6k + PatternExtract From 100 traces + StaticAlign.trs&rdquo; contains a part of the 5997 set, but limited to the first 100 full traces.<br>\n<br>\nThe set &ldquo;REASSURE_c25519_arithm_6k_100 full traces.trs&rdquo; contains the full 100 traces (before division).<br>\n<br>\nEach traces is in the TRS format that is described under the following links:<br>\n<a href=\";;sdata=v78Tofs4%2BWvvSYhtqF7dW2uaU1nanllTXA5RyGshjWU%3D&amp;reserved=0\"></a><br>\n<a href=\";;sdata=Nw%2FAamSU1RQaoCeIC80786IKn4f%2BuOl7wfyjNk5R1C4%3D&amp;reserved=0\"></a><br>\n<a href=\";;sdata=sVPz0gh96ivEqMNxUNN4C36RV9ulAE%2BOu5DQ0w44Pic%3D&amp;reserved=0\"></a><br>\n<br>\nMoreover, note that each trs file include a short description inside the file itself.</p>", 
  "author": [
      "family": "Lukasz Chmielewski"
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  "version": "V1.0", 
  "type": "dataset", 
  "id": "3609789"
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