Researchers Find Flaw in RSA Authentication

University of Michigan scientists have found they could foil RSA authentication by varying the
voltage supply to the holder of the “private key,” which would be the
consumer’s device in the case of copy protection and the retailer or
bank in the case of Internet communication. It is highly unlikely that
a hacker could use this approach on a large institution, the
researchers say. Read the full article. [ScienceDaily]

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