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Benoit Viguier
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Peter Schwabe
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@STRING
{
LNCS
=
{LNCS}
}
@STRING
{
SV
=
{Springer}
}
@inproceedings
{
DBLP:conf/pldi/CauligiDGTSRB20
,
author
=
{Sunjay Cauligi and
Craig Disselkoen and
Klaus von Gleissenthall and
Dean M. Tullsen and
Deian Stefan and
Tamara Rezk and
Gilles Barthe}
,
title
=
{Constant-time foundations for the new spectre era}
,
booktitle
=
pldi
,
pages
=
{913--926}
,
publisher
=
{{ACM}}
,
year
=
{2020}
}
@inproceedings
{
ABB+16
,
author
=
{Jos\'e Bacelar Almeida and Manuel Barbosa and Gilles Barthe and François Dupressoir and Michael Emmi}
,
title
=
{Verifying Constant-Time Implementations}
,
booktitle
=
{Proceedings of the 2016 ACM SIGSAC Conference on Computer and Communications Security}
,
publisher
=
{ACM}
,
year
=
{2016}
,
series
=
{CCS ’17}
,
pages
=
{53--70}
,
note
=
{\url{https://www.usenix.org/system/files/conference/usenixsecurity16/sec16_paper_almeida.pdf}}
,
}
@inproceedings
{
DBR20
,
author
=
{Lesly-Ann Daniel, S\'ebastien Bardin, Tamara Rezk}
,
title
=
{\textsc{Binsec/Rel}: Efficient Relational SymbolicExecution for Constant-Time at Binary-Level}
,
booktitle
=
{2020 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy}
,
year
=
{2020}
,
pages
=
{1021--1038}
,
note
=
{\url{https://people.csail.mit.edu/jgross/personal-website/papers/2019-fiat-crypto-ieee-sp.pdf}}
,
}
@article
{
1969-Hoare
,
author
=
{C. A. R. Hoare}
,
title
=
{An Axiomatic Basis for Computer Programming}
,
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@@ -57,10 +57,10 @@ As a consequence, the result of this paper can readily be used in mechanized pro
arguing about the security of cryptographic constructions on the more abstract
level of operations in groups and related problems, like the elliptic-curve
discrete-logarithm (ECDLP) or elliptic-curve Diffie-Hellman (ECDH) problem.
\todo
{
Add examples of such mechanized proofs?
}
%
\todo{Add examples of such mechanized proofs?}
Also, connecting our formalization of the RFC to the mathematical definition
significantly increases trust into the correctness of the formalization and
reduces the effort of manual auditing
of that
formalization.
reduces the effort of manual
ly
auditing
the
formalization.
\subheading
{
The bigger picture of high-assurance crypto.
}
This work fits into the bigger area of
\emph
{
high-assurance
}
cryptography,
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@@ -77,7 +77,8 @@ of cryptographic software:
through computer-checked reductions from some assumed-to-be-hard mathematical problem.
\label
{
hacs:secure
}
\end{enumerate}
A recent addition to this triplet (or rather an extension of implementation security)
is security also against speculative attacks. See, e.g.,~
\cite
{
XXX
}
.
is security also against attacks expoiting speculative execution.
See, e.g.,~
\cite
{
DBLP:conf/pldi/CauligiDGTSRB20
}
.
This paper targets only the first point and attempts to make results
immediately usable for verification efforts of cryptographic security.
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@@ -85,8 +86,8 @@ Verification of implementation security is probably equally important as
verification of correctness, but working on the C language level as we do
in this paper is not helpful. To obtain guarantees of security against
timing-attack we recommend verifying
\emph
{
compiled
}
code on LLVM level with,
e.g., ct-verif~
\cite
{
XXX
}
,
or even better on binary level with, e.g., Bin
S
ec/Rel~
\cite
{
XXX
}
.
e.g., ct-verif~
\cite
{
ABB+16
}
,
or even better on binary level with, e.g.,
\textsc
{
Bin
s
ec/Rel
}
~
\cite
{
DBR20
}
.
\subheading
{
Related work.
}
The field of computer-aided cryptography, i.e., using computer-verified proofs
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