I have been reading up on RSA attacks and came across one that could be called a least-significant-bit (LSB) oracle attack. For the sake of clarity lets define RSA primes $(p, q)$, private key $d$ ...
In a "Simple Power Analyse Attack", the difference in power consumption during multiply or square operation is used. In the RSA decryption process with the "Square and Multiply" algorithm, both ...
Extract private RSA key from USB cryptographic token using Bardou et al. attack (variant of “million message attack”)
There is a side channel attack on tamper-resistant USB cryptographic tokens using padding-oracle, described by Bardou, Focardi, Kawamoto, Simionato, Steel and Tsay, titled "Efficient padding oracle ...