First Public Demonstration of STM32 Flash Readout Attack by Voltage Glitching
gniibe at fsij.org
Sat Feb 1 09:42:23 CET 2020
Tom Li wrote:
> Today, I read in the news that the first public demonstration of such an
> attack has been published by a group of security researchers. The targets
> of the attack were STM32F205 and STM32F427 in order to attack the Trezor
> Bitcoin wallet, but presumably it also applies to other STM32 series as well.
>  https://blog.kraken.com/post/3662/kraken-identifies-critical-flaw-in-trezor-hardware-wallets/
Thanks for sharing important information.
I guess that such a technique could be also applied to GD32F103 or even
Well, it is matter of how it's difficult (how much cost) to extract data
from the chip, and/or, how long it takes time.
Tom, I wish your situation is not that worse by 2019-nCoV. After the
outbreak will be settle down, it's good if we can meet again. :-)
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