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A Study of Implementing Efficient Rotation for ARX Lightweight Block Cipher on Low-level Microcontrollers
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A Study of Implementing Efficient Rotation for ARX Lightweight Block Cipher on Low-level Microcontrollers
Kim, Minwoo; Kwon, Taekyoung;
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 Abstract
Heterogeneous IoT devices must satisfy a certain level of security for mutual connections and communications. However, a performance degradation of cryptographic algorithms in resource constrained devices is inevitable and so an optimization or efficient implementation method is necessary. In this paper, we study an efficient implementation method for rotation operations regarding registers for running ARX lightweight block ciphers. In a practical sense, we investigate the performance of modified rotation operations through experiments using real experiment devices. We show the improved performance of modified rotation operations and discover the significant difference in measured performance between simulations and real experiments, particularly for 16-bit MSP microcontrollers.
 Keywords
ARX;Lightweight Block cipher;Microcontroller;AVR;MSP;ARM;Rotation;Implementation;
 Language
Korean
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