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How to Add the Integrity Checking Capability to Block Encryption Algorithms

Abstract : This paper describes a novel engine, called PE-ICE (Parallelized Encryption and Integrity Checking Engine), enabling to guarantee the confidentiality and the integrity of data exchanged between a SoC (System on Chip) and its external memory by using an existing block-encryption algorithm. Performance evaluations show that the overhead of security mechanisms in PE-ICE remains low (below 12%) compared to block-encryption-only systems which provide only data confidentiality.
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Reouven Elbaz, Lionel Torres, Gilles Sassatelli, Pierre Guillemin, Michel Bardouillet, et al.. How to Add the Integrity Checking Capability to Block Encryption Algorithms. PRIME'06, Jun 2006, France. pp.369-372. ⟨emse-00493940⟩

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