Physical Fault Injection and Side-Channel Attacks on Mobile Devices: A Comprehensive Analysis. / Shepherd, Carlton; Markantonakis, Konstantinos; Van Heijningen, Nico; Aboulkassimi, Driss; Gaine, Clement; Heckmann, Thibaut; Naccache, David.

In: Computers and Security, 12.09.2021.

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Physical Fault Injection and Side-Channel Attacks on Mobile Devices: A Comprehensive Analysis. / Shepherd, Carlton; Markantonakis, Konstantinos; Van Heijningen, Nico; Aboulkassimi, Driss; Gaine, Clement; Heckmann, Thibaut; Naccache, David.

In: Computers and Security, 12.09.2021.

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Shepherd, C, Markantonakis, K, Van Heijningen, N, Aboulkassimi, D, Gaine, C, Heckmann, T & Naccache, D 2021, 'Physical Fault Injection and Side-Channel Attacks on Mobile Devices: A Comprehensive Analysis', Computers and Security.

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Shepherd, C., Markantonakis, K., Van Heijningen, N., Aboulkassimi, D., Gaine, C., Heckmann, T., & Naccache, D. (Accepted/In press). Physical Fault Injection and Side-Channel Attacks on Mobile Devices: A Comprehensive Analysis. Computers and Security.

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Shepherd C, Markantonakis K, Van Heijningen N, Aboulkassimi D, Gaine C, Heckmann T et al. Physical Fault Injection and Side-Channel Attacks on Mobile Devices: A Comprehensive Analysis. Computers and Security. 2021 Sep 12.

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Shepherd, Carlton ; Markantonakis, Konstantinos ; Van Heijningen, Nico ; Aboulkassimi, Driss ; Gaine, Clement ; Heckmann, Thibaut ; Naccache, David. / Physical Fault Injection and Side-Channel Attacks on Mobile Devices: A Comprehensive Analysis. In: Computers and Security. 2021.

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