CHES 2016 CTF uses ChipWhisperer
#894 by Matlink
Wed Jun 08, 2016 8:02 am

I'm trying to get the flag for the #2 Stagegate challenge, the CPA with some random jitter before very round of the AES encryption.

I've downloaded ChipWhisperer Analyzer, and I guess I can see where the random jitters stands (between the huge spikes, the straight linear block). However, I can't find a way to crop them away. Actually, with the peak detect preprocessing method, I'm able to find the 2 first bytes of the key (according to the known key records).

Is anyone able to help me a bit on how to get rid of the random jitter ? I think I need a resync preprocessing, but I can't figure out how they work.

Thank you in advance,

#912 by aziesemer
Wed Jul 13, 2016 10:48 am
Hello Matlink,

Sorry for the delay.
Try using the SoD preprocessing module. You will need to select a reference window (usually a peak) and an input window where the tool wil try to shift the other traces.
It is possible to crop the traces using the new Record Widget, but it is not really needed since you can select the window in the attack settings.

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