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Reverse Engineering Integrated Circuits Using Finite State Machine Analysis

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Title:Reverse Engineering Integrated Circuits Using Finite State Machine Analysis
Authors:Smith, Jessica
Oler, Kiri
Miller, Carl
Manz, David
Keywords:Cyber security
Supply chain
Date Issued:04 Jan 2017
Abstract:Due to the lack of a secure supply chain, it is not possible \ to fully trust the integrity of electronic devices. Current \ methods of verifying integrated circuits are either destructive \ or non-specific. Here we expand upon prior work, in \ which we proposed a novel method of reverse engineering \ the finite state machines that integrated circuits are built \ upon in a non-destructive and highly specific manner. In \ this paper, we present a methodology for reverse engineering \ integrated circuits, including a mathematical verification of \ a scalable algorithm used to generate minimal finite state \ machine representations of integrated circuits.
Pages/Duration:9 pages
Rights:Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
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