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A side-channel attack is any attack based on information gained from the implementation of Encryption protocol and by monitoring security-critical operations.
Almost every encryption had a side-channel attack.

What kind of side-channel attack are possible on RSA?


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One type of side channel attacks on RSA is timing attack. It explots the timing variability of operation implementation. To secure against RSA timing attack, constant-time operations are implemented.


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