“Supply chain compromise: Adding undetectable hardware Trojans to integrated circuits
Is it possible for attackers to equip integrated circuits with hardware Trojans that will not change the area or power consumption of the IC, making them thus indiscernible through power-based post fabrication analysis?
A group of researchers from the National University of Sciences and Technology (Islamabad, Pakistan), the Vienna University of Technology and New York University have proven it is.”
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The Paper will be presented at Design Automation and Test Europe (DATE) in March 2019 in Florence, Italy.