Attacking Split Manufacturing from a Deep Learning Perspective

8 Jul 2020Haocheng LiSatwik PatnaikAbhrajit SenguptaHaoyu YangJohann KnechtelBei YuEvangeline F. Y. YoungOzgur Sinanoglu

The notion of integrated circuit split manufacturing which delegates the front-end-of-line (FEOL) and back-end-of-line (BEOL) parts to different foundries, is to prevent overproduction, piracy of the intellectual property (IP), or targeted insertion of hardware Trojans by adversaries in the FEOL facility. In this work, we challenge the security promise of split manufacturing by formulating various layout-level placement and routing hints as vector- and image-based features... (read more)

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