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  1. Bos, Joppe W.; Costello, Craig; Hisil, Huseyin; Lauter, Kristin: Fast cryptography in genus 2 (2016)
  2. Bernstein, Daniel J.; van Gastel, Bernard; Janssen, Wesley; Lange, Tanja; Schwabe, Peter; Smetsers, Sjaak: TweetNaCl: a crypto library in 100 tweets (2015)
  3. Gouv^ea, Conrado P.L.; López, Julio: Implementing GCM on ARMv8 (2015)
  4. Bos, Joppe W.; Montgomery, Peter L.; Shumow, Daniel; Zaverucha, Gregory M.: Montgomery multiplication using vector instructions (2014)
  5. Brogle, Kyle; Goldberg, Sharon; Reyzin, Leonid: Sequential aggregate signatures with lazy verification from trapdoor permutations (2014)
  6. Aly, Hassan; ElGayyar, Mohammed: Attacking AES using Bernstein’s attack on modern processors (2013)
  7. Chen, Caisen; Wang, Tao; Tian, Junjian: Improving timing attack on RSA-CRT via error detection and correction strategy (2013)
  8. Bernstein, Daniel J.; Lange, Tanja; Schwabe, Peter: The security impact of a new cryptographic library (2012)
  9. Brogle, Kyle; Goldberg, Sharon; Reyzin, Leonid: Sequential aggregate signatures with lazy verification from trapdoor permutations. (Extended abstract) (2012)
  10. Brumley, Billy B.; Barbosa, Manuel; Page, Dan; Vercauteren, Frederik: Practical realisation and elimination of an ECC-related software bug attack (2012)
  11. Gilger, Johannes; Barnickel, Johannes; Meyer, Ulrike: GPU-acceleration of block ciphers in the OpenSSL cryptographic library (2012)
  12. Gueron, Shay; Krasnov, Vlad: Software implementation of modular exponentiation, using advanced vector instructions architectures (2012)
  13. Käsper, Emilia: Fast elliptic curve cryptography in OpenSSL (2012)
  14. Gueron, Shay: Software optimizations for cryptographic primitives on general purpose x86_64 platforms (2011)
  15. Acıiçmez, Onur; Brumley, Billy Bob; Grabher, Philipp: New results on instruction cache attacks (2010)
  16. Tromer, Eran; Osvik, Dag Arne; Shamir, Adi: Efficient cache attacks on AES, and countermeasures (2010)
  17. Brumley, Billy Bob; Hakala, Risto M.: Cache-timing template attacks (2009)
  18. Nambiar, Vishnu P.; Khalil-Hani, M.; Zabidi, Muhammad M.: Accelerating the AES encryption function in openSSL for embedded systems (2009)
  19. Acıiçmez, Onur; Schindler, Werner: A vulnerability in RSA implementations due to instruction cache analysis and its demonstration on OpenSSL (2008)
  20. Catalano, Dario; Di Raimondo, Mario; Fiore, Dario; Gennaro, Rosario: Off-line/On-line signatures: Theoretical aspects and experimental results (2008)

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