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Title: Design of a secure microprocessor
Authors: Toker, Kadir Atilla
Ayav, Tolga
Ayav, Tolga
Izmir Institute of Technology. Computer Engineering
Keywords: VHDL
Soft processor
Embedded design
Issue Date: May-2010
Source: Toker, K. A., and Ayav, T. (2010, May). Design of a secure microprocessor. Paper presented at the 4th 2010 International Security and Criptology Conference (ISC Turkey'10), Ankara, Turkey.
Abstract: This work presents the prototype design of a secure microprocessor that executes encrypted programs. The aim of such a secure processor is to prevent programs from being copied; otherwise the encrypted programs will not run on ordinary platforms. The idea is demonstrated through a concrete design of a 16-bit soft processor, namely CryptOdin, along with the simulations and physical implementation on FPGA. This processor is expected to easily hide critical algorithms/programs without sacrificing the performance by the help of a dedicated decryption unit implemented in the processor.
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