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Tian, X., Ding, R., Wu, X., Bai, G..  2020.  Hardware Implementation of a Cryptographically Secure Pseudo-Random Number Generators Based on Koblitz Elliptic Curves. 2020 IEEE 3rd International Conference on Electronics Technology (ICET). :91–94.
In this brief, a cryptographically secure pseudo-random number generator based on the NIST Koblitz elliptic curve K-163 is implemented. A 3-stage pipelined multiplier is adopted to speed up point additions. In addition, Frobenius map and point additions are performed in parallel to reduce the clock cycles required for scalar multiplication. By expanding the multiplier with a multiplexer, exponentiation and multiplication can be executed simultaneously, thus greatly reducing the clock cycles needed for inversion. Implementation results on Xilinx Virtex-4 show that the frequency of the multiplier is up to 248 MHz, therefore it takes only 2.21 us for scalar multiplication over K-163. The cryptographically secure pseudo-random number generator can produce 452 Kbit random number every second.
Liao, D., Huang, S., Tan, Y., Bai, G..  2020.  Network Intrusion Detection Method Based on GAN Model. 2020 International Conference on Computer Communication and Network Security (CCNS). :153—156.

The existing network intrusion detection methods have less label samples in the training process, and the detection accuracy is not high. In order to solve this problem, this paper designs a network intrusion detection method based on the GAN model by using the adversarial idea contained in the GAN. The model enhances the original training set by continuously generating samples, which expanding the label sample set. In order to realize the multi-classification of samples, this paper transforms the previous binary classification model of the generated adversarial network into a supervised learning multi-classification model. The loss function of training is redefined, so that the corresponding training method and parameter setting are obtained. Under the same experimental conditions, several performance indicators are used to compare the detection ability of the proposed method, the original classification model and other models. The experimental results show that the method proposed in this paper is more stable, robust, accurate detection rate, has good generalization ability, and can effectively realize network intrusion detection.

Su, G., Bai, G..  2017.  The undetectable clock cycle sensitive hardware trojan. 2017 International Conference on Electron Devices and Solid-State Circuits (EDSSC). :1–2.

We have proposed a method of designing embedded clock-cycle-sensitive Hardware Trojans (HTs) to manipulate finite state machine (FSM). By using pipeline to choose and customize critical path, the Trojans can facilitate a series of attack and need no redundant circuits. One cannot detect any malicious architecture through logic analysis because the proposed circuitry is the part of FSM. Furthermore, this kind of HTs alerts the trusted systems designers to the importance of clock tree structure. The attackers may utilize modified clock to bypass certain security model or change the circuit behavior.