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Design Techniques for Hardware Trojans Prevention and Detection at the Layout Level

  • Hassan Salmani
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Abstract

Addressing hardware Trojans at the layout level has mainly focused on two sets of techniques: some techniques are to prevent hardware Trojan insertion by an untrusted manufacturer, and some other techniques are to improve hardware Trojan detection after circuit manufacturing. This chapters studies some of major work in this area and discusses their effectiveness.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Hassan Salmani
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  1. 1.EECS DepartmentHoward UniversityWashington, DCUSA

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