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PRIMATEs v2.0

Abstract : PRIMATEs are a family of permutation-based authenticated encryption algorithms for lightweight applications. They are currently under submission to the CAESAR competition. There are three PRIMATEs: the basic SpongeWrap-variant HANUMAN, GIBBON for speed-critical applications, and APE for additional security when nonces are reused or unverified plaintext is released. When resistance against hardware side-channel attacks is required, the PRIMATEs permutation has been designed to offer an efficient threshold implementation to counter first-order DPA attacks, based on glitch-free secret-sharing-based masking.
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Elena Andreeva, Begül Bilgin, Andrey Bogdanov, Atul Luykx, Florian Mendel, et al.. PRIMATEs v2.0. DIAC 2015 - Directions in Authenticated Ciphers, Sep 2015, Singapore, Singapore. ⟨hal-01241081⟩

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