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How to implement high-security in low-cost FPGAs

Posted: 04 Dec 2006     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:cloning  overbuilding  reverse engineering  FPGA 

FPGA bit-stream protection can be effective against reverse engineering and even some cloning, but it leaves a potential gap when it comes to overbuilding. In order to protect designs from reverse engineering, cloning and overbuilding, there is the new "Device DNA" for FPGAs.

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