SIFA: a tool for evaluation of high-grade security devices We describe a tool for analysing information flow in security hardware. It identifies both sub-circuits critical to the preservation of security as well as the potential for information flow due to hardware failure. The tool allows for the composition of both logical and physical views of circuit designs. An example based on a cryptographic device is provided.
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