Visible to the public Exploiting Phase Information in Thermal Scans for Stealthy Trojan Detection

TitleExploiting Phase Information in Thermal Scans for Stealthy Trojan Detection
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsCozzi, M., Galliere, J., Maurine, P.
Conference Name2018 21st Euromicro Conference on Digital System Design (DSD)
Date Publishedaug
Keywordsamplitude analysis, detection method, formidable alternative, Hardware, Heating systems, infrared imaging, infrared signals, infrared thermography, integrated circuits, invasive software, Lock-in Thermography, measurement platform, modulation, Phase, phase information, Phase measurement, pubcrawl, stealthy hardware Trojan detection, Temperature measurement, Thermal Mapping, thermal scans, Trojan detection, trojan horse detection, Trojan horses, weak thermal hot spots
Abstract

Infrared thermography has been recognized for its ability to investigate integrated circuits in a non destructive way. Coupled to lock-in correlation it has proven efficient in detecting thermal hot spots. Most of the state of the Art measurement systems are based on amplitude analysis. In this paper we propose to investigate weak thermal hot spots using the phase of infrared signals. We demonstrate that phase analysis is a formidable alternative to amplitude to detect small heat signatures. Finally, we apply our measurement platform and its detection method to the identification of stealthy hardware Trojans.

URLhttps://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8491871
DOI10.1109/DSD.2018.00100
Citation Keycozzi_exploiting_2018