This talk provides a step-by-step introduction on how to use deep learning to perform AES side-channel attacks. After providing a brief overview of what side channels and deep-learning are, we walk you through how to use Tensorflow to build an end-to-end attack that will recover TinyAES keys from SMT32F415 chips using deep learning. Along the way we will discuss what work and what doesn't based on our experience attacking many hardware AES implementations over the last few years.
Ever wondered if your new shiny AES hardware-encrypted USB device really encrypts your data - or is just a fluke? If you have, come to our talk to find out if those products live up to the hype and hear about the results of the audit we conducted on multiples USB keys and hard drives that claim to securely encrypt data.
In this talk, we will present our methodology to assess "secure" USB devices both from the software and the hardware perspectives. We will demonstrate how this methodology works in practice via a set of case-studies. We will demonstrate some of the practical attacks we found during our audit so you will learn what type of vulnerability to look for and how to exploit them. Armed with this knowledge and our tools, you will be able to evaluate the security of the USB device of your choice