Welcome to NewAE News! In this short issue, we highlight our attendance at Arm Techcon & introduce some new videos.
Are you in the San Jose area, and want to check out our latest tools? Then be sure to visit us at Arm Techcon! We'll be there at booth 1136, see https://www.expocad.com/host/fx/arm/2019arm/exfx.html#floorplan for the floor map. The expo hall (free entry) is open during the following times: Wednesday, October 9, 2019 11:30 am – 6:30 pm Thursday, October 10, 2019 11:30 am – 6:00 pm
December Training Event
Would you like to take a 4-day course with Colin O'Flynn on fault injection & side-channel power analysis? We're running a public training Dec 2 - 5 in Redwood City, CA. Like previous events, this is co-located with some other great training and will feature invited talks during the lunch breaks to bring you a full unconference experience. In this training you'll get a ChipWhipserer starter kit (NAE-SCAPACK-L1) that you keep, letting you perform power analysis and fault injection. Using this kit you will:
Bypass fuse bits on a microcontroller using fault injection.Recover AES keys using side-channel analysis.Break a password using side-channel analysis.Break RSA using fault injection.Bypass a security check using fault injection.Perform TVLA validation of a hardware AES engine.Associate power traces with input/output data.In addition to the hands-on labs breaking things with ChipWhisperer, you'll learn about:
Software countermeasures for fault injection attacks, and how to check their effectiveness.How EMFI attacks work.Triggering on features in a power trace.Triggering on USB traffic.How to extend the ChipWhisperer system to interface to your own devices.Register with code newaenews to get 10% off, on top of the early-registration discount that is still active until November 1st! See https://hardwaresecurity.training/trainings/chipwhisperer-2019/ to register.
Interested in what the ChipSHOUTER comes with? Check out Colin walking you through the package. We still have a limited number of first-run units available, so drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to get your hands on one.
While we're on the topic of videos - Colin is working on some new ECU tear-down videos, which are being used for testing an updated recording system. You can check out Part 1 and Part 2 already on YouTube. Let us know (or leave a comment on YouTube) with what you think.